CAULDRON: Video Interview Posted Online

A five-minute video "introduction" to Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based metallers CAULDRON can be viewed below.

CAULDRON recently finished recording and mixing the band's full-length debut, "Chained To The Nite", for an April 6 release in Europe and May 5 in the rest of the world via Earache Records. The CD was produced by Ian Blurton and was mixed by Neil Kernon (DOKKEN, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, JUDAS PRIEST).

"Chained To The Nite" track listing:

01. Young And Hungry
02. Conjure The Mass
03. Chained Up In Chains
04. The Leaven / Fermenting Enchantress
05. Dreams Die Young
06. Bound To The Stake
07. Witch Trail
08. Midnite Hour
09. Chains Around Heaven

There will also be a bonus track or two on the limited first pressing of the CD and a different "vinyl-only" bonus cut.

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