JOB FOR A COWBOY Online Player Available

Metal Blade Records has launched a brand new online player for fast-rising Arizonian extreme metal heroes JOB FOR A COWBOY. You will be able to stream two tracks off the band's upcoming debut album, "Genesis", and, among some other pretty cool features, you'll be given a chance to win hot JFAC stuff!

"Genesis" will be released in Europe on May 18, except in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which will receive the album on May 21.

JOB FOR A COWBOY European tour dates:

Jun. 8-10 - UK - Donington - Download Festival
Jun. 11 - F - Paris - Batofar
Jun. 12 - D - Münster – Sputnikhalle
Jun. 13 - D - Giessen – MUK
Jun. 14 - D - München – Feierwerk
Jun. 15 - D - Wiesbaden - Schlachthof
Jun. 16 - D - Trier - Summerblast Open Air
Jun. 17 - D - Chemnitz - AJZ
Jun. 18 - PL - Lodz - Demode
Jun. 19 - D - Berlin - SO36
Jun. 20 - D - Schweinfurt - Alter Stadtbahnhof
Jun. 21 - NL - Utrecht - de Helling
Jun. 22 - D - Herne - Pressure Fest


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