JOB FOR A COWBOY PREMIERES NEW MUSIC VIDEO

Glendale, AZ heavy metal powerhouse JOB FOR A COWBOY (JFAC) premieres its brand new music video – for the track “Ruination” – today via its label’s new multimedia web hub Metal Blade TV. The engaging clip presents a visual interpretation of JFAC vocalist Jonny Davy’s end-time lyrics via vintage atomic bomb testing and Cold War propaganda films. Check out the action now at this location.

JOB FOR A COWBOY is currently in the midst of a spring North American tour. The electrifying group’s 27 city headlining run sees the band perform live in Allentown, PA this evening and is slated to run through late May. JFAC continues to tour in support of its celebrated sophomore album, Ruination.

In additional JOB FOR A COWBOY news, the band has announced its summer, 2010 European touring schedule. JFAC will grace the main stages of such revered festivals as the UK’s “Download”, Italy’s “Gods of Metal”, Belgium’s “Grasspop”, Germany’s “With Full Force” and “Wacken Open Air” and more. JOB FOR A COWBOY has also announced a July South American headlining tour that will launch on July 17 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

In the time since the release of the band’s full length debut, JOB FOR A COWBOY has progressed from “the band with the different name” to one of the leading lights for heavy music in the 21st century. The quintet’s latest release, Ruination skyrocketed to #42 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart in its first week of release and has met to scads of critical acclaim for its astounding dexterity, scorching attack, sleek arrangement and thundering musical muscle.

JOB FOR A COWBOY features front man Jonny Davy, guitarists Bobby Thompson and Al Glassman, bassist Brent Riggs and drummer Jon “The Charn” Rice.

“technical proficiency…straightforwardly brutal…the band could become pretty noteworthy” – ROLLING STONE

“an Arizona band with a guttural, brute-force sound descended (indirectly) from hard-core punk.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES

“blindsiding…mighty impressive” – POPMATTERS

“The new wave of extreme” – GUITAR WORLD

“Classic Death Metal…not only a full-on death metal band, but one of the country’s most vicious.” – REVOLVER

“Modern American death metal…very well developed, yet still blistering and chaotic” – BLABBERMOUTH

“JOB FOR A COWBOY just keeps getting better and better” – THE ONION

“Ruination mixes tech-death precision with expressionist hardcore rage quite ably, and marks JOB FOR A COWBOY as a band fully deserving of their success.” – ALTERNATIVE PRESS

“Ruination is potent and intense death metal, very technical with some grind elements. It’s taken some time, traveling all over the world playing countless shows and improving their craft, but with Ruination, Job For A Cowboy’s musical prowess has caught up with the hype.” – ABOUT.com

JOB FOR A COWBOY tour dates:

Spring, 2010 North American “Ruination” Tour

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May 15 Pomona, CA * As part of the California Metal Festival
May 16 Sacramento, CA The Boardwalk
May 17 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
May 18 Seattle, WA El Corazon
May 19 Pocatello, ID Icon
May 20 Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
May 21 Colorado Springs, CO The Black Sheep
May 22 Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck
May 23 Wichita Falls, TX The Hanger
May 24 Austin, TX Emo’s Inside
May 25 Odessa, TX Dos Amigos
May 26 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad
May 27 Tempe, AZ The Clubhouse

2010 European live Dates:

June 11 Donnington Park (UK) Download Festival
June 13 Burgenland, Austria Nova Rock
June 15 Budapest, Hungary Durer Kurt
June 16 Salzburg, Austria Rock House
June 17 Degenaupark, Switzerland Sonisphere Warm up Party
June 20 Enschede, Holland Atak
June 22 St. Petersburg, Moscow Glav Club
June 23 Moscow, Russia Tochka Club
June 25 Turin, Italy Gods of Metal
June 27 Dessel, Belgium Grasspop
June 28 Bochum-Langendreer, GER Matrix
June 29 Hamburg, Germany Grosse Freiheit
July 2 Roitzschjora Airport With Full Force
August 6/7 Schleswig, Germany Wacken Open Air

2010 South American live dates:

July 17 Sao Paulo, Brazil
July 18 Curitiba, Brazil
July 20 Buenos Aires, Argentina
July 21 Santiago, Chile
July 23 Quito, Ecuador
July 24 Bogota, Colombia
July 25 Caracas, Venezuela

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