JOB FOR A COWBOY Sign With METAL BLADE RECORDS
Arizona-based metal quintet JOB FOR A COWBOY have inked a deal with Metal Blade Records. The group, whose "Doom" EP is still available for purchase from the band's site, will be going into the studio before the end of the year to record their first full-length release, due in the spring of 2007.
Commented JOB FOR A COWBOY in a statement: "We know so many bands that are working so very hard to be signed, and we are extremely grateful that we have gotten this opportunity. We have not taken anything for granted and we love to thank everyone that came to our shows and supported us. And thank you to all the bands that we've made friends with along the way, the promoters that taken so many chances on the band, and everyone who's been apart of our development."
Added Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel: "We are very excited to welcome JOB FOR A COWBOY to the Metal Blade family. They have done a tremendous job of promotion through their MySpace page and we look forward to continuing their amazing progress."
JOB FOR A COWBOY is:
Ravi Bhadriraju - Guitar
Jonny Davy - Vocals
Bobby Thompson - Guitar
Elliot Sellers - Drums
Brent Riggs - Bass
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