JOB FOR A COWBOY Parts Ways With Drummer, Seeks Replacement

Arizona-based metal quintet JOB FOR A COWBOY has parted ways with drummer Elliott Sellers. "It was a mutual agreement, that ended on a good note," the band writes in a statement. "JOB FOR A COWBOY is in search of a permanent drummer that can keep up with a heavy touring schedule. For all those who are interested in trying out, the following steps must be followed. Make a video recording of yourself playing 'Entities' along to a metronome. Please do not send your own personal interpretations of the song, the band just wants to make sure you can play what is heard on the CD. The band would also like to see another video of you drumming showcasing whatever you'd like. Once you've done that you can email JOB FOR A COWBOY at [email protected]"

JOB FOR A COWBOY released a self-financed EP, entitled "Doom", in 2005. The group's full-length debut is scheduled for release next spring via Metal Blade Records.


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