Tag Archives: Job for a Cowboy

Job For A Cowboy return with new single “The Agony Seeping Storm;” anticipates first album in 10 years in 2024

Posted by on August 30, 2023

  After nearly a decade of silence, Arizona death metal outfit Job For A Cowboy are back with a video for their brand new single, “The Agony Seeping Storm.” The band prepares for a 2024 full-length album release via Metal Blade Records, marking a return from their 2014 album Sun Eater. The single offers a […]

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Blue Ridge Rock Festival: Exodus, Make Them Suffer, and more added to 2023 lineup

Posted by on February 1, 2023

  Job For A Cowboy, Eternal Frequency, Exodus, Make Them Suffer, Tallah, and Hanabie have been added to the 2023 edition of Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The festival will take place in Alton, VA from September 7th – 10th.   Check out the extensive lineup (so far): Pantera Parkway Drive (full Pyrotechnic Performance) Static-X Black […]

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Umbra Vitae – supergroup feat Converge, The Red Chord, Twitching Tongues, drop new song

Posted by on March 31, 2020

  A new supergroup has entered the playing field and they go by Umbra Vitae. The band consists of members from several bands such as Converge, The Red Chord, Twitching Tongues, and Job For a Cowboy. You can view the full lineup below: Vocals: Jacob Bannon (Converge, Wear Your Wounds, Blood From The Soul) Guitars/vocals: Mike “Gunface” […]

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Here’s Metallica, Slipknot and more played without distortion

Posted by on February 22, 2017

Ever wonder what some of your favorite metal songs would sound like without distortion? YouTubers Joey and Brandon did and made a two-minute medley of tracks by the likes of Metallica, Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Born of Osiris, Slayer, Job For A Cowboy, Pantera and A Day To Remember. It’s not the first time this has been […]

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Watch Job For A Cowboy debut ‘Sun Eater’ material live

Posted by on April 20, 2016

A year and a half ago, Job For a Cowboy released their finest album, Sun Eater. It found the band branching out musically, and it was miles away from their deathcore beginnings. Then, they didn’t do anything. In fact, it had been 2013 since the last time they’d toured. They had a bit of an excuse, in […]

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Job For A Cowboy back to working on the road

Posted by on January 22, 2016

It’s a little surprising that Job For a Cowboy put out the excellent Sun Eater album in late 2014, only to not go on the road in support of it. Sure, there was the fact that their van caught on fire, which would potentially stop a band from touring, but the response from their label to […]

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Job For A Cowboy receive the Rob Scallon treatment with banjo cover

Posted by on December 21, 2015

It’s Monday and you need something to endure the rest of the day, so why not listening to another Rob Scallon’s banjo covers? We have heard Scallon’s banjo shenanigans in the past with Slayer’s “Angel of Death” and the more challenging Spawn of Possession’s “Church of Deviance” and seeing that he can handle fast metal songs, he […]

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Intronaut drummer working with death metal dream team

Posted by on November 6, 2015

Even with a new Intronaut album on the way later this month, drummer Danny Walker has somehow found time to work with an amazing cast of death metal and grindcore members for a brand new project. Said Walked via Facebook: “I kept this one on the down low, but tomorrow I’m tracking drums for a new project. […]

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Job For A Cowboy’s van is a job for a fireman

Posted by on September 24, 2015

Job For A Cowboy, despite releasing last year’s excellent Sun Eater, haven’t toured in over two years. That’s probably just as well, as they need a new van as of yesterday. For some reason, the band posted a picture on their Facebook page of a white van on fire (and possibly the house in back […]

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Metal musical chairs: Havok, Twitching Tongues announce lineup changes

Posted by on September 22, 2015

Being in a band is like being in a relationship, but maybe more intense, since most relationships don’t consist of two or more other people and involve lots of travel in a van. That’s why it’s never really a huge surprise when bands make lineup changes. Havok have announced a new bassist, while L.A’s Twitching […]

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