Best Job for a Cowboy SongsThis list is the top ten songs by Job For a Cowboy.
The Top Ten
This is the song to start all the madness! If there was no Entombment Of A Machine it's safe to say there would be no JFAC or at least the Job we know and love today
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Greatest deathcore song I've ever heard. It is very hardcore and the lyrics and very good. Music to my bleeding ears. Oh, and one more thing, the Black Veil Brides suck major horse. - ForeverHeadstrong
There are two types of people voting for songs on this page. One type enjoys intricate songwriting, progressive structures, flashy musicianship, crazy time signatures, and straight up demonic vocals.
The other type likes pig squeals, single-note breakdowns that a 4 year old could write, and generic 4/4 music structured like a pop song.
JFAC is an incredibly talented band. It baffles me how a group like that could release an album as simplistic and generic as Doom. Now the Gloom EP on the other hand...that was them at their best.
This and Entombment of a Machine should be tied for #1 in my opinion, that breakdown at about the 2 minute mark kicks butt.
This was the beginning of when they started changing as a band. I'd call this album straight up death metal, not tech death like the newer stuff, but this was amazing progress over their first nonsense
Heavy as can be.
Gloom EP is incredibly underrated, in my opinion that was them at their best. I actually like Signature for Starving Power the best off Gloom, but I got no issue voting for this one
This song will make you go insane, Gloom is really underrated.
The best Job For A Cowboy song. Gloom beats Doom anyday.
Best song on their best album. I love how it's almost two songs in one, two separate choruses and verses, the beginning of the song is almost thrashy in a way, just way heavier
I hate how bad of a reputation this band has because of Doom. They aren't that crappy simplistic deathcore anymore, far from it. This song is straight up insanity. Davy's vocals are demonic. I love the way it transitions too. I don't know what to call the first half, but its awesome. The second half is just crush your skull death metal. They've grown so much as a band.
A welcomed change of pace in comparison to most of JFAC other material.
Gloom EP is incredible