JOB FOR A COWBOY Enlist INTRONAUT Drummer Danny Walker To Drum On New Album
Last week, Job For A Cowboy drummer Jon “Charn” Rice announced that he was over itand leaving the band, but no hard feelings.
This left the rest of the band in a bit of a pickle, as they already started writing new material, but I guess it was a good problem to have as they announced today that Intronaut’s Danny Walker will be filling in on drums.
This is very exciting for us here at Metal Injection. Sure, Intronaut lean more to the proggier side, but Danny Walker is no stranger to death metal, having drummed in bands like Exhumed and Uphill Battle, a band Frank has gushed over on the site very much in the past.
Walker is pumped to be joining JFAC in the studio, writing:
“I’m thrilled to be working with these guys on this record! I look forward to challenging myself and contributing to a fresh and different outlet!”
Job for a Cowboy bassist Nick Schendzielos also released a comment making it known there are no hard feelings with Charn:
“Well my friends the time has come and The Charn has officially decided to step off the JFAC train. Absolutely no hahd feelins or nothin! We love the dude, cherish the memories we made with him, and in all likelihood will be seeing him again very soon…which brings up the next awesome piece of news…
“Our phenomenally talented friend Danny Walker is going to grace our next full length with his decidedly delicious drum tracks! We are seriously excited to hear what it’s going to turn out like- let the anticipation build!”
I’m really excited to see what these guys come up with in the studio!
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