Job For A Cowboy To Return To The Stage At 2023 Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Job For A Cowboy will be taking the stage for the first time since 2016 at this year’s Blue Ridge Rock Festival. That event will take place in Alton, VA on September 7-10 and it will also feature: Pantera, Shinedown, Megadeth, Chevelle, Parkway Drive, Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White, Coheed And Cambria, Beartooth, Highly Suspect, Coal Chamber, Flyleaf (with Lacey Sturm), Black Label Society, Machine Head, The Ghost Inside, Spiritbox, VV (aka HIM’s Ville Valo), Tech N9ne, Biohazard, Jinjer, Vince Neil (Mötley Crüe), Scott Stapp (Creed), Avatar, Static-X, The Amity Affliction, Stephen Pearcy (RATT), The Black Dahlia Murder, Exodus, Electric Callboy, Atreyu, Crown The Empire, Finger Eleven, Taproot, Drowning Pool, Trust Company (original lineup), Dayseeker, Senses Fail, Stabbing Westward, 10 Years, Nonpoint, Cold (“Year Of The Spider” 20th anniversary set), CKY, Dope, After The Burial, Northlane, Emmure, Bury Tomorrow, Escape The Fate, Attila (performing “About That Life”), Fit For An Autopsy, Gemini Syndrome, Adema, Alpha Wolf, Woe, Is Me, Make Them Suffer, Holding Absence, Born Of Osiris, Kublai Khan TX, Like Moths To Flames, Upon A Burning Body, Caskets, Landmvrks, Tantric, Psychostick, Rain City Drive, I Set My Friends On Fire, Bodysnatcher, Eva Under Fire, Thousand Below, Paleface, No Resolve, Tallah, Catch Your Breath, Hanabie, Patient Sixty-Seven, Until I Wake, Dropout Kings, Eternal Frequency, and Heartsick.

Job For A Cowboy Finishing Up New Album

It looks like Job For A Cowboy are almost done with their new album. According to producer Jason Suecof, frontman Jonny Davy recently finished tracking vocals for the record. Suecof said the following:

“It’s been a long night…JFAC vocals done.”

Job For A Cowboy Confirm Drummer For New Album

Job For A Cowboy have recruited Navene Koperweis (Entheos, ex-Animals As Leaders) to play drums on their new album. His parts were tracked back in August. The band are planning to return to the studio in October/November to continue recording the effort with producer Jason Suecof. Frontman Jonny Davy told MetalSucks the following about the record:

“We’re kind of looking at this as a sequel to ‘Sun Eater‘. The lyrical themes tie into the last record. I would say this record is very similar to ‘Sun Eater‘ but we’re still trying to move the needle a bit, trying new things, kind of like we always have. I think that’s always been our motto, not to be stagnant and to just have fun with it, to try new things. I think everyone’s musical tastes changed a little bit over the years and our music kind of changes with it.”

Job For A Cowboy To Hit The Studio This Fall To Record Their New Album

Job For A Cowboy are planning to hit the studio in October/November to track their new album with producer Jason Suecof. Frontman Jonny Davy revealed the news during a recent interview with MetalSucks and also confirmed that the drums have already been recorded. You can head to MetalSucks to read more from Davy, who also discussed the band’s hiatus, their comeback, and more.

Job For A Cowboy Release New Limited Edition Vinyl Pressings Of “Sun Eater”

Job For A Cowboy have released some new limited edition vinyl pressings of their latest album “Sun Eater.“ You can purchase those at Indiemerch and Kings Road Merch. Here’s the available options:

– Orange in yellow sunburst vinyl (US exclusive)
– Aqua / white melt vinyl (US exclusive)
– 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive)
– Blue / black galaxy vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 200 copies)
– Neon yellow / orange spinner vinyl (Kings Road exclusive – limited to 100 copies)

Job For A Cowboy Had Studio Time Booked For New Album

Job For A Cowboy previously teased their return and now it looks like they were actually planning to hit the studio this summer to work on a new album. However, producer Jason Suecof has since revealed that their plans were hindered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Suecof said the following during an appearance on “The Ex-Man With Doc Coyle“:

“I am working on a little Necro pre-pro. Supposed to be recording Job For a Cowboy right now but, ya know, the apocalypse and all.”

[via MetalSucks]

Job For A Cowboy Seemingly Teasing Their Return

Last year, there were rumors circulating that seemed to suggest that Job For A Cowboy were planning to reunite. Now, the band have added fuel to the fire themselves by sharing a clip from the 1995 “Mortal Kombat” film in which Shang Tsung says “It has begun.” Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available.

Are Job For A Cowboy Planning Their Return?

Rumors of a Job For A Cowboy reunion have been circulating lately and the band seem to have added more fuel to the fire. The group recently took to social media to post an article that Ghost Cult wrote about their potential comeback and they even described it as “interesting.” At this point, we will just have to wait and see what happens.

Job For A Cowboy Post Pictures Of Their Torched Van

Job For A Cowboy have posted some photos of their tour van up in flames. Some have speculated that these photos may be the band’s way of saying that they are disbanding or at least taking a break. This is not confirmed, but it would makes sense, especially since they never even toured in support of their latest album, Sun Eater. On top of that, Nick Schendzielos recently announce that he has joined Havok, and Metal Sucks have also got a comment from a Metal Blade representative who said the members are “deep in day job land,” and are not expected to make any announcements anytime soon. Stay tuned for more information.