Putting the Squiggle in Metal

Tombs, Kill the Client face their black metal Waterloo

If you read Wednesday Rewind recently, you would have seen the staff of Waterloo Records scratch their heads over black metal band logos in the Record Store Olympics. But how do actual purveyors of super-heavy music do when faced with the same challenge?

Before their crushing sets at Red 7 on June 17 (read our review here) Mike Hill, Andrew Hernandez II, and Carson James from Tombs and Morgan from Kill the Client stopped by the store to take their own stab at interpreting the indecipherable. Feel free to play along at home.


Tombs starts a monthlong tour of Europe on July 26, and the Chronicle managed to grab some quick footage of its Waterloo in-store, performing the title track from monstrous new album Path of Totality.


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