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Metallica vs. Job for a Cowboy
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Metallica’s Scary Guy vs. Job for a Cowboy’s Goat Skull – March Metal Mascot Madness, Round 1

Scary Guy or Goat Skull? Cast your vote now!

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Job for a Cowboy vs. At the Gates
Metal Blade / Century Media

Job for a Cowboy vs. At the Gates – Death Match

Can Job for a Cowboy get the job done once again? Or will At the Gates breach this barrier to begin their own path to our Hall of Fame?

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Job for a Cowboy vs. Scar Symmetry
Metal Blade / Nuclear Blast

Job for a Cowboy vs. Scar Symmetry – Death Match

Will Job for a Cowboy make short work of Scar Symmetry? Or will Scar Symmetry earn a victory in their inaugural Death Match battle?

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Charles Epting, Loudwire
Charles Epting, Loudwire

Job for a Cowboy Set November Release for New Album ‘Sun Eater’

Job for a Cowboy have circled Nov. 11 on the calendar for their latest studio album, 'Sun Eater.'

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Job for a Cowboy
Metal Blade Records

Job for a Cowboy Tap New Studio Drummer After Jon ‘Charn’ Rice Exits

As they continue work on their next album, Job For a Cowboywill be moving forward without drummer Jon 'Charn' Rice, who had been in the band since 2007. Filling his shoes, at least temporarily, will be Danny Walker (Intronaut, Exhumed).

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Job for a Cowboy
Metal Blade Records

Job for a Cowboy Begin Composing New Music for 2014 Album

After coming off their stint on the 2013 Mayhem Festival, deathcore-turned-death metal act Job for a Cowboy have announced that they're beginning to compose their fourth full-length album.

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Mayhem Fest in Connecticut – Machine Head, Butcher Babies, Job for a Cowboy + More [Photos]

Connecticut got rocked this past weekend as one of the summer’s biggest metal tours made a stop in Hartford. Fans kicked up some serious dirt while moshing outside in the lot of the Comcast Theater and rocking to the numerous band that graced the Jagermeister Stage.

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Charles Epting, Loudwire
Charles Epting, Loudwire

Job for a Cowboy’s Jonny Davy Talks Mayhem Festival, New Album Plans + More

Job for a Cowboy have spent the last decade building their name and they've been seeing their fan base grow with each album, with 2012's 'Demonocracy' one of their most solid records to date. This summer, the band is finishing off support of the disc while playing the 2013 Mayhem Festival -- their second time appearing on the popular metal tour -- and they're just starting to get ideas together for their fourth album.

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Machine Head
Charles Epting, Loudwire

Mayhem Fest 2013 Kickoff: Machine Head, Job for a Cowboy, Butcher Babies, Huntress + More [Photos]

Located on a field adjacent to the main amphitheater, the Jägermeister Stage at Mayhem Festival's 2013 kickoff in San Bernardino, Calif., featured a mix of established acts like Machine Head and Job for a Cowboy along with up-and-comers like Butcher Babies, Battlecross and Huntress.

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Hatebreed
Razor & Tie

Hatebreed, Every Time I Die, Terror, Job for a Cowboy + This is Hell – 2013 Must-See Metal Concerts

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