You talking about that growling, throaty kind of sound? Whenever I've came across that type of sound it's been from messing with foley in max for live's granulator. Paper scrunching, wood splitting type sounds. Grain size being Key-tracked. At 1:43 you can hear the high pitch foley sample isolated from the bass briefly, it normally sits on top of the bass, then pitches down on lower notes to make the throaty crackly sound.
Could also get close with a really low saw oscillator. eq out the mids of the bass or run it through abletons phaser at it's default settings, except make it one pole at 300Hz. But Foley would be way better.
Start with a simple saw. Then pretty extreme dual boost with EQ (both around the mids, to taste) and distortion. With multi-band distortion you will have even more sculpting options. Add an EQ after distortion for even more option.
Add pitch bends and/or portamento/glide to the synth, for that "scraping sound" when playing low notes.