IF YOU WERE TOO CHEAP TO PAY A BUCK FOR JOB FOR A COWBOY’S “MISERY REFORMATORY,” HERE IT IS
Job for a Cowboy are killing it lately. I’ve heard nothing but good things about their performances as part of their current MetalSucks-sponsored tour with Between the Buried and Me and The Ocean, and the two songs we’ve heard from their forthcoming EP, Gloom, both suggest that all the behind-the-scenes folks who have told me that mini-album is the best thing JFAC have ever made aren’t lying. Simply put: shit rocks.
One of those songs, “Misery Reformatory,” has been available on Amazon for nearly a month now, but in case you’re seriously so cheap/broke/whatever that you won’t pay a dollar for this excellent song, the bad is now streaming it online. Check it out below. That guitar solo RIPS, doesn’t it?
The band has just announced a June 7 release date for Gloom, via Metal Blade, natch. I’m seriously stoked to hear the rest of this EP. While we wait, be sure to check out some live footage of another new song, “Signature of Salvation,” which also sounds really promising.
And after the jump, get remaining dates for the aforementioned BTBAM/JFAC/The Ocean tour.
7-May Mesa, AZ Nile Theatre
9-May Dallas, TX The Door
10-May Tulsa, OK The Marquee
11-May Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
12-May Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
13-May Nashville, TN Rockettown
14-May Asheville, NC The Orange Peel