Tuesday, December 01, 2009


For the past month, Canadian heavy metal heroes CAULDRON have been tearing
their way around North America, leaving their infectious breed of timeless,
true heavy metal ringing in everyone's ears along the way.

CAULDRON have been supporting labelmates MUNICIPAL WASTE on the North
American leg of the "Waste the World" tour, and on this coming Sunday,
December 6th, the tour will reach CAULDRON's hometown of Toronto, where the
band are set to capture their show on film for an upcoming DVD.

The show will take place at the Opera House, where CAULDRON will be doing
their utmost to put on a spectacular show for their hometown crowd. Toronto
bangers can be assured of a particularly wild and crazy night, and with
CAULDRON taking to the stage early, everyone should get down to the Opera
House early for opening.

CAULDRON have been keeping a tour blog on the "Waste the World" tour, so
fans can stay up-to-date with all of the crazy mishaps touring brings. Read
the band's latest blog below:

"Yes, we played Bellingham. Someone's gotta put Bellingham on the map. You
can thank us later. I think we arrived sometime in the afternoon, around 3.
Saw a couple record stores on the way into town so we made sure to stop by.
Pretty slim pickin's in Bellingham. We left with 1 Frehley's Comet -
Live... Plus 2356 VHS, 1 Beavis and Butthead "Butt-O-Ween" VHS and 1
Sepultura - Morbid Visions postcard to mail home to Mom. It was pouring
rain here, a rude awakening after the tropical paradise of LA. Ian's sister
Jane came down from Vancouver to see the sound check because she heard
Cauldron's are really good.

"After that it was time to hang out on the bus watching Robocop while a
throng of fans waited outside until the doors opened. Crazy punk guy with
multiple knives was up front along with the true chi's from Stryker. Good
set overall, even after some dude took our quality Washington brewed
Rainiers off the stage. They even come with chunks of genuine Northwest
dirt in every can. This was a late gig, and MW didn't hit the stage until
after the stroke of midnite. A truly awkward crowd had gathered for their
set. When Tony yelled "circle pit", people must have misheard and thought
he said "backwards triangle and square pits simultaneously". After packing
up the gear in more rain, it was time to hit the Canadian border. We must
have done something right because we arrived at 3am, they stamped our
passports and said "see ya", even with everyone's goofy and thuggish looking
passports. And who's gonna believe that a long haired Korean tour manager's
name is Lewis Lovely? Our tour mates Off With Their Heads were not so lucky
and had to drop off the Canadian portion of the tour. Anyone know any

Read more of CAULDRON's tour blog at

Catch CAULDRON live on the "Waste the World" tour with MUNICIPAL WASTE at
the following remaining dates:

Dec. 6 - Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Dec. 7 - Montreal, QC @ Foufounes
Dec. 8 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium (Upstairs)
Dec. 9 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
Dec. 10 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
Dec. 11 - Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz

View the tour flyer at http://earacherecords.com/myspace/WasteTheWorld09.jpg

CAULDRON's debut album, CHAINED TO THE NITE, is available now worldwide,
featuring nine tracks of traditional, true-to-the-roots heavy metal. Get
your copy in the USA at
http://earache.com/uswebstore/index.php/cPath/667_668_700 or in Europe at

For more CAULDRON news and info, head to

London office phone: +44(0)207 240 5002

NYC office phone: +1(718)786 1707

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