Cauldron - New Gods album download
|A1||Prisoner Of The Past|
|A4||Save The Truth/Syracuse|
|B1||Never Be Found|
|B3||Together As None|
|TE744-2||Cauldron||New Gods (CD, Album)||The End Records||TE744-2||US||2018|
|TE744-1||Cauldron||New Gods (LP, Album)||The End Records||TE744-1||US||2018|
|DISS0129CDD||Cauldron||New Gods (CD, Album)||Dissonance Productions||DISS0129CDD||Europe||2018|
New Gods (LP, Album). New Gods (CD, Album). Dissonance Productions. New Gods (LP, Album).
But these New Gods do appear to be melo and mid-paced. Nine deities that are as Cauldron as anything from Chained to the Nite to In Ruin, but most run at a gloomy, melodic trot. Not that this is new to the band but most of their albums consist of blistering-fast pieces. Cauldron have never held the speed metal antics of genre brethren, Enforcer or Skull Fist but the quick-paced character from speedsters like Tomorrow’s Lost‘s Nitebreaker and In Ruin‘s No Return/In Ruin are nowhere on New Gods. Of all the tracks on New Gods, the only ones remotely fast are Drown and closer Last Request. The latter is a fun, fast piece that ends the album on a high note-using great groove, great solos, and a standout chorus to do the job. Other than that, the album jogs along with a smooth technique that rarely jerks or jars.
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Cauldron New Gods Dissonance Productions 07 September 2018. The Canadian Metal trio Cauldron describe their fifth studio album as dark, heavy melodic AOR wit. strong emphasis on song writing and melody, complete with high-end organic production to match. The song structures and melodies mimic AOR with limited success. A profound lack of song writing sophistication is the norm.
by Chris LattaAugust 10, 2018August 10, 20181. Compared to other bands in the classic metal revivalist movement, Cauldron has never been shy about their sleazier influences. 2016’s In Ruin was an excellent balance of heavy and catchy, making one wonder how it’ll turn out when the group’s fifth full-length promises to go even further into the latter.
Cauldron is a Canadian heavy metal band formed in 2006 in Toronto, Ontario, following the break up of Goat Horn, with guitarist Brandon Wars leaving to form a new band, Zuku. Cauldron consists of Jason Decay on vocals and bass guitar, Ian Chains on guitar and Myles Deck on drums.
Prisoner of the Past, 03:34. Save the Truth, Syracuse, 05:52. Never Be Found, 05:04.