October 2

Regurgitated Disinformation - Job For A Cowboy - Ruination (CD, Album)

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Posted 28.11.2019 by Malashakar in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Shakree on
    Ruination, an Album by Job for a Cowboy. Released in July on Metal Blade (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Technical Death Metal.
  2. By Vorisar on
    Sep 17,  · Tracklist: Unfurling A Darkened Gospel Summon The Hounds Constitutional Masturbation Regurgitated Disinformation March To Global Enslavem.
  3. By Shaktisida on
    Ruination is the second studio album by American death metal band Job for a Cowboy. The follow-up to their first studio album Genesis, Ruination was recorded and mixed at AudioHammer studios in Sanford, Florida with producer Jason Suecof. It was released July 7, , through Metal Blade Records.
  4. By Milabar on
    They really aren't needed, but they aren't very abundant, and at least to me, seem to work for the most part (at the beginning of "Regurgitated Disinformation" for example). The straight forward nature may also potentially be a turn off. Ruination has no intros/outros, or instrumentals for that matter.
  5. By Sasida on
    Oct 13,  · Job For A Cowboy is also set to release Ruination as a limited edition colored vinyl/CD box set. The box set will feature everything from the album to rare and live material. Regurgitated.
  6. By Tok on
    Jul 07,  · Ruination sees JOB FOR A COWBOY advance by leaps and bounds; the record is a concentrated hotbed of astounding dexterity, scorching attack, sleek arrangement and thundering musical muscle.
  7. By Fenrisida on
    Jul 07,  · 4. Regurgitated Disinformation 5. March To Global Enslavement 6. Butchering The Enlightened 7. Lords Of Chaos 8. Psychological Immorality 9. To Detonate And Exterminate Ruination JOB FOR A COWBOYs highly anticipated sophomore album Ruination was recorded in April, at Audio Hammer Productions in Sanford, FL with Producer Jason Suecof.
  8. By Kigalar on
    The sophomore curse is one that has gotten the best of bands, but Job For A Cowboy avoids it decisively on “Ruination.” While it’s too early to tell if the band has any legs to become the next Cannibal Corpse or Deicide, the leap between this album and “Doom” is huge in legitimizing Job For A Cowboy as a threat in the genre.

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