JOB FOR A COWBOY: New Video Interview With JONNY DAVY Posted Online
James Allman of Baconmusic conducted an interview with JOB FOR A COWBOY vocalist Jonny Davy last night (Saturday, February 23), just hours before the band's Gigantour show with MEGADETH in Manchester, UK. Watch the eight-minute chat below.
JOB FOR A COWBOY will have its latest album, "Genesis", released on picture disc on April 18 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy) and April 21 (rest of Europe) via Metal Blade Records. The LP is part of the "Metal Blade Vinyl Fan Edition," which means the pressing is strictly limited to 500 copies.
JOB FOR A COWBOY is taking part in the North American and United Kingdom editions of Gigantour alongside thrash metal legends MEGADETH.
JOB FOR A COWBOY is providing direct support to MEGADETH on the UK Gigantour run, which launched February 17 in Norwich, UK. The week-long trek concludes tonight (February 24) with a performance at London's Brixton Academy. JOB FOR A COWBOY will then join MEGADETH, Swedish metal titans IN FLAMES, Finnish thrashers CHILDREN OF BODOM and Oakland, CA power trio HIGH ON FIRE as part of the North American Gigantour, set to launch April 12 in Denver, CO.
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