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This Summer, Inferno will be sitting out on Behemoth’s tour with Slayer and Lamb Of God for the birth of his child. Taking over the drums will be ex-Job For A Cowboy drummer Jon Rice. States the band: “Behemoth Legions! Continue reading

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Havok have invited bassist Nick Schendzielos (Job For A Cowboy, Cephalic Carnage) as the replacement for Mike Leon. Schendzielos said: “I’m incredibly excited to be working with Havok. Been friends with the dudes forever, Continue reading

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Song: Sun Of Nihility
Band: Job For A Cowboy
Label: Metal Blade Records
Album: Sun Eater
Release Date: Nov 11, 2014
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On Nov 11, Job For A Cowboy will releasing their new album Sun Eater via Metal Blade Records. Check out the new song “Sun Of Nihility” below the track listing and cover art. Continue reading

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Job For A Cowboy`s newest album is currently being mixed. It was produced by Jason Suecof (Trivium, All That Remains) and the drums were performed by Danny Walker (Intronaut).

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Danny Walker of Intronaut will be drumming on the next Job For A Cowboy album. Says bassist Nick Schendzielos: “Well my friends the time has come and The Charn has officially decided to step off the JFAC train. Absolutely no hahd feelins or nothin! We love the dude, Continue reading

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Job For A Cowboy drummer, Jon “The Charn” Rice has left the band. Says Jon via MetalSucks: “As of this past August, I have decided to part ways with Job for a Cowboy. There are a few reasons for this, none of which I’m going to get into.

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Job For A Cowboy are working on a new album. Says the band: “Hey kiddos!
We’re hard at work making another DOOM ep… er uh..I mean NEW FULL LENGTH ALBUM!!! Lot’s of cool stuff going on in the JFAC camp.

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