JOB FOR A COWBOY: 'Ruination' Video Released

"Ruination", the new video from Glendale, Arizona extreme metallers JOB FOR A COWBOY, can be viewed below. The engaging clip presents a visual interpretation of vocalist Jonny Davy's end-time lyrics via vintage atomic bomb testing and Cold War propaganda films.

JOB FOR A COWBOY is currently in the midst of a spring North American tour. The electrifying group's 27-city headlining run is slated to run through late May. Support on the JOB FOR A COWBOY tour is provided by Tennessee's WHITECHAPEL and California's CATTLE DECAPITATION, with Salt Lake City's GAZA (April 21 - May 5) and Boston's REVOCATION (May 15 - 27) as openers.

JOB FOR A COWBOY's latest CD, "Ruination", was named "Best Extreme Metal Album" by the readers of Guitar World magazine, beating out the latest releases from BEHEMOTH, IMMORTAL and CANNIBAL CORPSE.

The full results of Guitar World's 16th annual Readers' Poll can be found in the magazine's March 2010 issue.


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