This is a past event.

Tombs

Tombs tap into the infinite well of emotion and expression on their astounding new full-length Path of Totality. Recorded by John Congleton (Baroness, Explosions in the Sky), Path of Totality is a massive step forward in songwriting and scope for the trio. Path of Totality finds TOMBS achieving what their previous recordings had always hinted at – an ultimately heavy and nuanced fusion of their disparate influences. "Bloodletters" and "Constellations" see the band flex its prodigious muscle; "Vermillion" and "Cold Dark Eyes" wrap arms of blackened misery around the listener, while the profound sadness of "Silent World" and "Passageways" further explores the trio's UK post-punk influences. With Path of Totality, TOMBS has come into their own as one of the finest heavy bands in the world.

Venue Details

  • The Korova

    107 E Martin, San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 995-7229; (210) (FAX)

    19 articles

Nearby

  • or

Newsletters

Join SA Current Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.

All the cosplay, cars and fun we saw at San Antonio's Superhero Car Show & Comic Con

The Thomas J Henry Superhero Car Show & Comic Con rolled into town this weekend, bringing fans the chance to rub shoulders…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the cosplay, cars and fun we saw at San Antonio's Superhero Car Show & Comic Con
89 slides

This home for sale has landscape architecture by the president of the San Antonio Botanical Garden

Landscape architect John S. Troy has won multiple awards for his work, and as board president of the San Antonio Botanical Garden,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

This home for sale has landscape architecture by the president of the San Antonio Botanical Garden
38 slides

20 iconic San Antonio foods and drinks that show what our city is all about

Over recent years, San Antonio has racked up plenty of recognition for being a culinary destination. No small part of that comes…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Chicken-on-a-Stick
Fiesta favorite chicken-on-a-stick is basically the supreme food booth snack from all of Fiesta. San Antonians look forward to eating it all year, and usually commemorate their first chicken-on-a-stick of the season with a selfie. It’s inspired chicken-on-a-stick necklaces, earrings, stickers and more from local designers, and has appeared on menus across SA so folks can get their fix. Thank goodness for that.
Photo by Jaime Monzon
20 slides

22 rejected San Antonio tourism slogans

There's a reason tourists keep flocking to San Antonio: it's a fun, charming and culturally significant place that's not too pricy to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The only winter weather you’ll see is in the snow globes at the Alamo gift shop.
Photo via Instagram / ryanmohr1
22 slides