Job For A Cowboy announce details of new EP ‘Gloom’

Arizona metallers complete work on the follow-up to 'Ruination'

Job For A Cowboy have completed work on their new EP ‘Gloom’.

The forthcoming release – tentatively due out this spring – is the follow-up to the Arizona metallers’ 2009 Billboard-charting full-length ‘Ruination’.

The EP was recorded in Florida in February with producer Jason Suecof (best known for his work with Trivium, Chimaira and All That Remains).

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Job For A Cowboy have announced that the first single from ‘Gloom’ will be ‘Misery Reformatory’, a digital sample of which can be heard now at Amazon.com.

In related news, the band have uploaded recent studio rehearsal footage of another new track ‘Signature Of Starving Power’, which you can scroll to watch below.

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