Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals are in the midst of another U.S. tour in support of their latest album, Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue. Over a week ago (Nov. 2), the band stopped in Pantera's home state of Texas, electing to perform a few Pantera classics at Jake's Sports Cafe in Lubbock, and now fan-shot footage of some of the songs has surfaced.

The set featured a wealth of Pantera covers, all performed after the Illegals played original cuts. From Vulgar Display of Power, there was "Walk," "Mouth for War" and "A New Level" as well as "I'm Broken" and "Becoming" off Far Beyond Driven. A set list posted from the night (via setlist.fm) indicates that "This Love," "Hellbound" and "Domination / Hollow" were also played, but it does not list "Walk" as one of the performed tracks, so there are some discrepancies.

Watch footage below to see Anselmo performing some of his most historic songs.

Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals' tour with Child Bite kicked off on Nov. 1 and will come to a finish on Nov. 20. See a list of remaining dates here.

"Walk"

"Mouth for War"

"I'm Broken"

"Becoming"

"A New Level"

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