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Toronto’s Cauldron deliver their fourth album of ’80s-style metal to drive fast with the top down to. Not hair metal or thrash—just the pure, catchy, beer-soaked-jean-jacket stuff, like Anvil, Raven, or Dokken before the genre got super-serious. High-registered Jason Decay sings like Joe Elliott when Def Leppard were kids, and tunes like “No Return / In Ruin,” “Burning at Both Ends,” and “Santa Mira” are downright celebratory, packing speedy, stick-to-the-ribs riffs. For early Metallica fans, there’s even an epic, cloudy-day instrumental called “Delusive Serenade.”

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Old School With A Twist

After listening to this album for the past few weeks, I can say this is something special. Cauldon have only gotten better with each release and this I feel is their strongest output yet. The vocals take a little getting used to but I enjoy them a lot personally. This whole album is a really solid group for songs. I would suggest buying the whole thing but if you dont want to some of the best tracks are Empress, Burning At Both Ends, No Return/ In Ruin, and my personal favorite, Santa Mira.

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Not a fan of the voice, the the instruments are great. Very Metallica sounding.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Toronto, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Dokken, Iron Maiden, Raven, and Saxon, as well as contemporary New Wave of British Heavy Metal outfits like White Wizzard, Enforcer, and the Darkness, Canadian rockers Cauldron formed in 2006 following the breakup of the like-minded Goat Horn. Based out of Toronto, the band features the talents of Jason Decay (vocals, bass), Ian Chains (guitar), and Myles Deck (drums). The trio's 2007 debut EP, Into the Cauldron, caught the attention of Earache Records, who signed...
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