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Album: Cauldron – Tomorrow’s Lost

September 19th, 2012

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Tomorrow’s Lost
08 October 2012

by David Keevill

Earache’s recent tendencies to parley with bands of a retrospective focus has now become a major part of their raison d’etre. From the magnificent muddy river blues rock of Rival Sons through to the deft traditional metal leanings of Savage Messiah, this is a label who’ve spearheaded a number of brilliant releases which have firmly had one foot lodged in the past. Amongst all this, Cauldron have carved out a niche for their (self-professed) retro-metal, and have paved their two album route to this point with more than a few nods to Judas Priest, Anvil and Celtic Frost.

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2008 into 2009: Cauldron

December 11th, 2008

Canadian metallers, Cauldron are the latest signings to the most awesomely-named record label around. Singer/bassist Jason Decay and guitarist Ian Chains tell us about the best ways to talk funny and look at boobs.

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What was your highlight of 2008?
J: Going to the titty breakfast in Montreal after a rad gig with Twisted Tower Dire. The waitresses are completely naked taking your order and serving your food. They seriously brought my food with their snatch in plain view – it was awesome! I wore my sunglasses so I could really get my money’s worth!
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