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    Pleasantly surprised by audible Bass!

    I just put on the streaming of the new Job for a Cowboy. (I'm not a fan, right now I'm just listening to a lot of music since I'm right in the middle of recording/mixing. Gives me a perspective on things)

    Anyway I started listening and I found myself with a big smile on my face. I can hear the bass more than anything in the mix. And it's not grindy, it's very soft and beautiful. Made me listen through the whole album.

    Anyway, I just wanted to share my morning coffee happening.

    Job for a Cowboy are Streaming Sun Eater, You Should Listen to It - MetalSucks

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    "Soft" and "beautiful", definitely words I've not heard used to describe anything regarding JFAC.
    "I'm afraid of new guitars. They're too shiny, I can't play them or take them anywhere. They might get damaged!"

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    Their last album had quite audible bass too actually. He's a bit of a monster.


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    the new album is a change of direction for them (again). What i heard from it so far sounds pretty good and a lot more progressive influenced although its still pretty much death metal.

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    im stoked for the new JFAC. They've always kicked ass

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    Oh yeah, sounds a lot better than what I've used to head form JFAC. Awesome bass sound!

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    I took a quick listen and some of that was pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxadam View Post
    I took a quick listen and some of that was pretty good.
    knew of the band. Hadn't listened in ages. Never listened more than a song or two maybe. Wasn't expecting this.

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