By Jonathan Bradwell.
Savagely raw Death Metal outfit “Job for a Cowboy” are streaming their latest release on the renound and well recognized “Metal Sucks” website for fans to listen too ahead of its official release.
The EP is due to hit the shelves and download sites in June this year, and it is confirmed that the EP will be titled “Gloom”.
Drummer ‘John ‘Charn’ Rice’ wrote on the bands official MySpace page that “Initially we had the idea for the EP to be a little bit slower but it turned out to be some of our fastest material to date”. To listen to the release please go to: http://www.metalsucks.net/2011/05/25/job-for-a-cowboy-gloom/
The full track listing for “Gloom” is as follows: “Misery Reformatory”, “Plastic Idols”, “Execution Parade” and finally “Signature of Starving Power”.
‘Jason Suecof’ has been announced as being the man answerable for the production of the EP. This producer is often identified for his work with similar devastatingly heavy band “The Black Dahlia Murder”.
The album outwardly appears more smoothed around the edges than past releases, however, it still incontestably has that signature contemporary death metal vibe the band are legendary for.
At the end of this year “Job for a Cowboy” are set to tour with headliners “Between the Buried and Me”. The line up will also see “The Ocean” and “Cephalic Carnage” tread over a number of cities including ‘Paris’, ‘London’ and ‘Amsterdam’.
(Picture courtesy of “MetalWarez”)
“Job for a Cowboy” playing their unavoidable hit “Entombment of a Machine”: