A fifth Job For A Cowboy album finally seems to be on the horizon in the not too distant future, with drums already recorded and further recording sessions to commence in October and November.
News of progression on the follow-up to 2014’s ‘Sun Eater’ was confirmed in an exclusive interview with MetalSucks, in which vocalist Jonny Davy explains the reasons behind the album’s now six year delay.
He also shares that the spark which began the writing of new material was his other project, Serpent Of Gnosis, who dropped their album ‘As I Drink From The Infinite Well Of Inebriation’ last year, and also features Job For A Cowboy guitarists Tony Sannicandro and Al Glassman.
“[Serpent of Gnosis] was the catalyst of everything. We talked about [JFAC] here and there [before that] but I think once we got in the groove again [with Serpent], we got excited about doing another [JFAC] record.”
Production on the band’s fifth album will be handled by Jason Suecof, who also worked on their past three full-lengths (2014’s ‘Sun Eater’, 2012’s ‘Demonocracy’, 2009’s ‘Ruination’) along with their 2011 EP, ‘Gloom’.
More details will be confirmed as they develop, with a release expected in early to mid 2021.