Head on over to Metal Underground to enjoy the new Job For A Cowboy track “Black Discharge” off of their new album “Demonocracy” out on April 10th via Metal Blade Records.
Bow down to the lords of the low end. This week’s focus on Fretboard Friday is Evan Brewer and Nick Schendzielos doing what they do best on their bass guitars, rip that shit up!!! Just watch and learn. I highly recommend watching these even if you don’t play bass, you’ll respect them a little more I’m sure of it.
This morning I woke up and found that I’ve hit 100k views in just 7 1/2 months. I never even thought I would hit that in my first year let alone under it! Thank you for reading my blog, reviews and jamming out to the music I share throughout the day. It’ll only get better from here. CHEERS!!!!
Now for the music, Job For A Cowboy recently played a new song and it is a continuance on the JFAC into death metal territory. Black Discharge sounds god awful but I’m sure it has something to do with the BP spill in the gulf, since JFAC is always spouting off about government coverups and other conspiracies. The new talent that JFAC has now on lead guitar and bass guitar makes them sound a lot better than previous records and I’ve only heard two songs from the new album so far. Amazing work gentlemen, Demonocracy comes out April 10th via Metal Blade Records
And just like that, a new Job For A Cowboy song is available! Now with more metuhls!
The track is definitely in the same tone as Gloom in terms of ripping death metal with some kick ass riffs, interesting Dethklok-ish leads and intensity throughout the entire song. An impressive guitar solo left a mark on me, well played JFAC, well played indeed. They’ve definitely stepped it up a notch and I hope the rest of the album is as good as this. April 10th, Demonocracy, Metal Blade Records. Headbang!
April 10th, Job For A Cowboy will be releasing their newest album entitled “Demonocracy” on Metal Blade Records and hopefully it will be sorta like how JFAC sounded on their last EP, “Gloom“. They have evolved from one of deathcore’s pioneers to now a pretty god damn good death metal band. They’ve ditched endless breakdowns and replaced them with more riffs and something meaningful and hopefully Demonocracy is a continuance of this evolution. I believe this album will blow us all away.Well, at least I hope it will.
As for the artwork, the colors are vivid yet eerie with what is going on. The imagery captures what JFAC has always talked about within their lyrics and statements and the statue is wearing the skull that is pretty much JFAC‘s mascot at this point. Let’s call him Skullyton. So with all of the lies, deceit, slander and obvious government disapproval on the album cover, it’s safe to say that the album will be a return to form for JFAC in terms of lyrical content. So put on YOUR Skullyton’s and light the American flag on fire! Job For A Cowboy is coming out with a new album!
01. Children Of Deceit
02. Nourishment Through Bloodshed
03. Imperium Wolves
04. Tongueless And Bound
05. Black Discharge
06. The Manipulation Stream
07. The Deity Misconception
09. Tarnished Gluttony
I don’t even play bass and I friggin’ love watching Nick’s videos. They are always talented, funny and very entertaining. See for yourself!
Be sure to listen to Cephalic Carnage and watch for him in Job For A Cowboy!
THIS IS AWESOME!!! I’ve seen every band live at least once already (Except for The Faceless) and I know that each and every one of them put on a great show. Good thing is, they are swinging near by and I will get a chance to see this show. We so excited!
Tour dates and venues:
3/15 Austin, TX @ SXSW / Scoot Inn
3/16 New Orleans, LA @ The Hangar
3/17 St Petersburg, FL @ State Theater
3/18 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend
3/20 Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
3/21 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
3/22 Danvers, MA @ Palace Ballroom
3/23 Montreal, QC @ Club Soda
3/24 Toronto, ON @ Opera House
3/25 Columbus, OH @ Alrosa Villa
3/26 Joliet, IL @ Mojoe’s
3/27 St Paul, MN @ Station-4
3/28 Winnipeg, MB @ Garrick Centre
3/29 Regina, SK @ Riddell Centre
3/30 Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton Events Centre
3/31 Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater
4/1 Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
4/3 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
4/5 Oakland, CA @ The Pound
4/6 Pomona, CA @ Fox Theater
4/7 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theater
4/9 Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall
4/10 Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium
4/11 Des Moines, IA @ 7 Flags Event Center
4/13 Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theater
4/15 Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater
4/16 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
4/19 Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
4/20 Austin, TX @ Emo’s East
4/21 Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
They instantaneously demand torture and crucifixion to the bringer of a profound truth revolt.
Placing the hostage in imprisonment for unmasking the repulsive face of ongoing corruption.
Chained and subjected to vulgar, personality-erasing, insanity-inducing conditions of nauseating isolation.
Unleashing the smear campaign triggered to dilute. Belittle a life of nihility.
A weathered soldier convicted with treason, incarcerated and tormented without constitutional prosecution.
Beaten as an unfaithful Judas, confined into a tomb of solitary, blackened slumber.
Left in solitude to slowly rot for opening the eyes of corruption.