Job For A Cowboy Announce “The End of the World” December Tour
Job For A Cowboy has announced that they will be embarking on a short tour of the northeastern US, with select dates in Canada. Direct support on the tour will come from Cephalic Carnage with additional supporting acts I Declare War andLegion, with one more TBA. The tour will begin December 6th and wraps up on December 18th.
Founding member and vocalist Jonny Davy adds: "Hey guys! We're very excited to announce our first headlining run in almost two years! This will be an incredible tour with the lineup we've put together. We have one more special guest to announce as well as a couple more tricks up our sleeve. Do not miss this tour! It's going to be a rager!"
Popular horror portal Bloody Disgusting hosted the premiere of Job For A Cowboy's "Tarnished Gluttony" video. The disturbing nine-and-a-half-minute clip was directed by Michael Panduro (Saint Vitus, Cephalic Carnage), and is from the band's Demonocracy full-length, issued earlier this year through Metal Blade Records. View "Tarnished Gluttony" at THIS LOCATION. "Tarnished Gluttony" was recently awarded with the "Best Kill" award at The Three Corpse Circus film festival in Ann Arbor, MI. The video will also be screened at the San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in Spain on October 29th.
MetalSucks.net has been hosting an exclusive instructional guitar column, entitled The Leads Are Weak, written by Job For A Cowboy's Tony Sannicandro. The popular column is an insightful, educational, and entertaining outlook on various guitar techniques. The columns can be read here.
Job For A Cowboy Tour w/ Cephalic Carnage, I Declare War, and Legion:
12/06 Cleveland, OH Peabody's
12/07 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
12/08 Buffalo, NY Mohawk
12/09 Toronto, ON Rum Runners
12/10 Montreal, QC FouFounes
12/11 Quebec City, QC Union Commercial
12/13 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church
12/14 New York City, NY Knitting Factory
12/15 Worcester, MA Palladium
12/16 Albany, NY Boogies
12/17 Allentown, PA Maingate
12/18 Fredericksburg, MD Café 611