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.

Converge, Ex-Job For A Cowboy, Etc. Members Join Forces In Umbra Vitae

Jacob Bannon (Converge, Wear Your Wounds, etc.), Mike “Gunface” McKenzie (The Red Chord, Wear Your Wounds, etc.), Sean Martin (Twitching Tongues, ex-Hatebreed, etc.), Greg Weeks (The Red Chord, Labor Hex, etc.), and Jon Rice (Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, ex-Job For A Cowboy, etc.) have launched a new band called Umbra Vitae. The group’s debut album “Shadow Of Life“ will be released on May 1 and the effort’s first single “Return To Zero“ can be streamed below:

Bannon had the following to say about the band, whose name was inspired by Georg Heym‘s 1913 poem of the same name:

“After reading the piece from Heym, I immediately felt connected to it. Later, while working on the previous Wear Your Wounds album, my love for Death Metal was rekindled. This was likely a reaction to working on non-aggressive music for such a concentrated period. As these songs started to form, the ominous nature of that original poem came to mind.

In many ways it embodied the character of what we were all creating together. For me, Umbra Vitae is darkly confrontational and my own internal struggles are nested within each song. At this point in my life it is of the utmost importance to use this art and music as the vehicle for a healthy purge of emotion. By design, even in something this intense, there is righteous intent to be a better human through the process of creating it.”

He also told Revolver the following about “Return To Zero“:

“‘Return To Zero‘ is about removing resistance in one’s life in order to be best version of ‘you’ that one can be. I feel that this is a relatable topic for many. What resistance is and how it manifests is unique to every single one of us. For me, this is a constant process and essential to being a better husband, father, friend, artist and human. Below you’ll find a section of the lyrics that state this better than I can in paragraph form. Thank you to everyone who continues to listen.”

“Bite down on the chain
Bow down to no one
Destroy the ego
Radiate love
Carve out a purpose
Where there was none
Compassionately
Wipe up the blood
Remove resistance
And exit the cage
Climb to your feet
Accept your rage
It’s time to reclaim
What’s rightfully yours
Bite down on the chain
And bow down to no one”

“Shadow Of Life” Track Listing:

01. “Decadence Dissolves”
02. “Ethereal Emptiness”
03. “Atheist Aesthetic”
04. “Mantra Of Madness”
05. “Fear Is A Fossil”
06. “Polluted Paradise”
07. “Intimate Inferno”
08. “Return To Zero”
09. “Blood Blossom”
10. “Shadow Of Life”

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 & The Black Dahlia Murder Members Join Forces In Serpent Of Gnosis

Job For A Cowboy‘s Jonny Davy, Al Glassman, and Tony Sannicandro have joined forces with The Black Dahlia Murder’s Max Lavelle and Darren Cesca in a new project called Serpent Of Gnosis. The band will release their debut album “As I Drink From The Infinite Well Of Inebriation“ on June 14 and the effort’s first single “The Colorless Capsules” can be streamed below. Davy said the following about the track:

“We are a collection of small cavemen who enjoy fast and heavy things. This song describes instances of addiction and the dependencies that align with it, particularly in the pharmaceutical form.”

[via Decibel]

Job For A Cowboy, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Suffocation, Etc. Set For Modified Ghost Festival

The lineup has been revealed for the Modified Ghost Festival. The event will take place in Vancouver, BC, across multiple venues, on April 7-10, and will include: The Dillinger Escape Plan, Job For A Cowboy, Suffocation, Cattle Decapitation Misery Index, Dead Cross, Toxic Holocaust, Revocation, Intronaut, Power Trip, ABSU, Archspire, Scale The Summit, Allegaeon, The Shrine, Baptists, Anciients, Usnea, North, Theories, Acquitted, and He Whose Ox Is Gored.

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Tour Dates:

04/07 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore Cabaret
04/08 Vancouver, BC – The Vogue Theatre
04/09 Vancouver, BC – The Rickshaw Theatre & The Astoria
04/10 Vancouver, BC – The Astoria

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.

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Job For A Cowboy Premiere New Song “The Celestial Antidote”

Job For A Cowboy have released a new song, titled “The Celestial Antidote,” via Metal Injection. This song is from the band’s new album, Sun Eater, which will be released November 11, through Metal Blade.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.

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Job For A Cowboy Premiere New Track “Eating The Visions Of God”

Job For A Cowboy have released a new song, titled “Eating The Visions Of God,” via Metal Sucks. This song is from the band’s new album, Sun Eater, which will be released November 11, through Metal Blade.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.

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