JOB FOR A COWBOY Completes Work On New Album 'Genesis'

Glendale, AZ extreme metal unit JOB FOR A COWBOY has completed work on its highly anticipated full-length debut, entitled "Genesis". The fast-rising band, known for their punishing songs, explosive live performances and forward-thinking vision, will release "Genesis" on May 15 via Metal Blade Records.

JOB FOR A COWBOY, who toured the world in 2006 in support of their wildly-popular, self-financed "Doom" EP, recorded "Genesis" at Blue Light Audio Media in Phoenix, AZ with producer Cory Spotts. The album was mixed by the Andy Sneap (OPETH, ENTOMBED, MEGADETH). Anticipation for "Genesis" is such that the band has already been named one of "Metal's Most Important Troops for 2007" by Metal Hammer, one of Total Guitar's "Hottest Guitar Bands of 2007", one of Alternative Press' 2007 "Bands You Need to Know" and one of Revolver's "Breakthrough Bands that will be Kicking Your Ass this Year".

On the topic of the new album, JOB FOR A COWBOY guitarist Ravi Bhadriraju comments, "'Genesis' is a record that we as a band needed to fulfill. We wrote an album that we wanted to play live well into the distant future. If there is one word to describe our new record, it is 'aggressive.' We want this album to have a certain effect on the listener. I am happy with what we have achieved, and I hope our fans appreciate it too."

Vocalist Jonny Davy states, "We wrote the material that became the 'Doom' EP at a very young age and the sound of this upcoming record is a much different one than anything we've done before. We're anxious for its release and we hope everyone who hears it will enjoy."

"Genesis" track listing:

01. Bearing The Serpent's Lamb
02. Reduced to Mere Filth
03. Altered From Catechization
04. Upheaval
05. Embedded
06. Strings of Hypocrisy
07. Martyrdom Unsealed
08. Blasphemy
09. The Divine Falsehood
10. Coalescing Prophecy

The brand new JOB FOR A COWBOY song "Embedded", as well as a sneak peak at the "Genesis" cover artwork can be found on the band's MySpace page.

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