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Cauldron 'Into the Cauldron' CD Digipack

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Expanded reissue of the debut EP from Canadian heavy metal warriors Cauldron. Newly remastered, the release features two bonus tracks and extensive liner notes from respected Metal writer Malcolm Dome who conducted new interviews with the band.

Housed in a digipack, the release contains many rare and unseen photos from the band’s personal archives. The two bonus tracks were recorded by Cauldron in 2007, and feature a cover of the German band Tyrant.

Formed in Toronto in 2006 following the demise of Goat Horn, power trio Cauldron have taken the best influences of ’80s metal and NWOBHM and blended them into a unique mix across five full length albums


1 The Striker Strikes
2 Into The Cauldron
3 Restless
4 Torture’s Too Kind

Bonus Tracks

5 Axe Cross
6 Making Noise and Drinking Beer (Tyrant cover version)

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