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Job For A Cowboy Announce Ruination Tour

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Glendale boys done good Job For A Cowboy are mobilizing for a massively metal tour this fall promoting JFAC's sophomore album Ruination. The face-melters make two stops in their desert motherland: one in Tucson and the other in Tempe. Metal Blade label mates Gwar and The Red Chord open both shows.

The Rialto Theatre gets metal on Sunday, November 13, where tickets run for $22 in advance and $26 the day of the show. And JFAC complete their duo of AZ gigs at Marquee Theatre on Monday, November 14, with tickets at $22 ahead of time and $24 at the door.



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