EVEN TOMBS AND KILL THE CLIENT ARE NO MATCH FOR COMPLETELY UNREADABLE BAND LOGOS
So remember a couple of weeks back, when Waterloo Records in Austin, Texas attempted to see how many illegible band logos their employees could actually identify or, better still, just plain read? Well, now they’ve done it again, this time with members of Tombs and Kill the Client. And at first, the band dudes are all cocky, probably because whomever selected these logos somehow thought that these guys wouldn’t know who Slayer, Emperor, and Nachtmystium are. But then they start to break out some actually difficult-to-decipher logos — including several we’ve used for Completely Unreadable Band Logo of the Week — and, well, these guys start to have just as much trouble reading ’em as anyone else might.
Check out the video below. It’s worth watching almost entirely for Kill the Client’s Champ Morgan, who is apparently a very opinionated, facetious, funny motherfucker, that I will now begin pursuing to write a column for MetalSucks, although based on this clip I’d guess he thinks we blow.
There’s still about twenty-four hours left to enter this week’s Completely Unreadable competition for a chance to win a copy of Turbid Norther’s Orogeny; then, tomorrow, we’ll start a new competition, in which we’ll be giving away some sweet vinyl copies of Sick of It All’s Based on a True Story. Get stoked.
Thanks: Slippy MacNeil