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JOB FOR A COWBOY return with “The Agony Seeping Storm” – first album in 10 years coming up!

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After nearly a decade of silence, the Arizona-based death metal band JOB FOR A COWBOY is making a comeback. They’ve just released a new single and video titled “The Agony Seeping Storm.” The track is a preview of their upcoming album, which will be their first in ten years and is set to be released in 2024 through Metal Blade Records.

Their last album, Sun Eater, came out in 2014 and was met with positive reviews. Critics praised the band’s evolution into a more progressive death metal act. Now, they’re back with new music that continues to push boundaries, blending complex riffs and intense energy. The current lineup consists of vocalist Jonny Davy, guitarists Tony Sannicandro and Al Glassman, bassist Nick Schendzielos, and drummer Navene Koperweis, who joined the band in 2020.

The new single delves into the complexities of seeking enlightenment through hallucinogenic drugs, inspired by a close friend’s experiences. The video for the song was co-directed by the band’s bassist, Nick, and filmmaker K. Hunter Lumar.

Fans can expect more details about the new album in the weeks to come. The band’s first live performance since their return will be at this year’s Blue Ridge Rock Fest on September 8, 2023, with more tour dates to be announced.

Job For A Cowboy

Originally formed in 2003, JOB FOR A COWBOY gained significant attention with their debut album, Genesis, in 2007. They’ve been part of several major music festivals and have received positive reviews from prominent publications over the years.

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