Job For a Cowboy drop off Lamb of God/GWAR tour

by | Oct 8, 2009

Job For a Cowboy have been forced to drop off the Lamb of God/GWAR tour due to a family emergency. The band has released the following statement:

We are super bummed to announce we are going to have to drop off of our current tour with GWAR and Lamb of God due to a family emergency. We have been having a blast on the road with all these guys and our bros in the Red Chord just started on the tour as well! Anyway, below are the dates we are missing, we are sorry to anyone who was planning to come out and see us, you should still go to the shows cause all the bands have been KILLER every night! See you after the 26th!

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