Cauldron Enters Studio To Record New Album
Canadian heavy metal trio Cauldron recently entered the studio to begin recording the band's third full-length album.
The follow-up to 2010's "Burning Fortune" is being recorded in Parkdale, Toronto, where the band is once again working with producer Jameson Elliott. The as-yet untitled new album is due to be released later this year on Earache Records.
Cauldron singer and bassist Jason Decay comments:
"We recently entered the studio to record our new album. Pretty much the same set up as last time with Jameson Elliott producing with us and recording close to home in Parkdale (Toronto) like we did on Burning Fortune. Chris (Rites) has been nailing the drums and I really think this is the best we've ever sounded in the studio so far. We feel very strongly about the new stuff and can't wait for people to hear it."
See a photo of the band rehearsing for the new album by clicking here. See Cauldron live:
Aug. 25 - Norwich, ON - Outback Campground
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