JOB FOR A COWBOY Begins Work On New Studio Album
Arizona-based metal quintet JOB FOR A COWBOY has resumed the songwriting process for its first full-length release, tentatively due next spring via Metal Blade Records. In the meantime, the band will preview some of the new material at three California shows which are scheduled to take place at the end of the month:
Sep. 22 - Victorville, CA @ Trilogy Theatre (w/ ANTAGONY)
Sep. 23 - Oakland, CA @ The Niche w/ ALL SHALL PERISH, ANTAGONY AND EMBRACE THE END)
Sep. 24 - Westlake, CA @ Kung Fu Corner
Oct. 29 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Convention Hall (Saints and Sinners Festival)
JOB FOR A COWBOY released a self-financed EP, entitled "Doom", in 2005.
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