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CAULDRON

Tomorrow's Lost



Reviewed by : Nick Balazs
Rating : 7.5

Canada’s traditional metal act CAULDRON is back with their third full-length and strongest to date. The album starts with a speedy up-tempo cooker in ‘End Of Time’ and sets the pace for the rest of the journey. Cauldron is at its best when firing away with fast riffs and tracks like ‘Nitebreaker’, ‘Burning Fortune’ (the title of their second album), and ‘Fight For Day’ make for enjoyable, neckbreaking listens. ‘Nitebreaker’ stands out with its rushing, catchy chorus and flowing leads from Ian Chains. The axeman puts on a strong performance with his solos and channels in his inner IRON MAIDEN with the melodic lead in ‘Fight For Day’. Other standouts are ‘Born To Struggle’ and the title track. The former possesses an ascending riff which will stick in your head for days and will warrant repeated listens. 'Tomorrow's Lost' starts with an acoustic bit and then lifts off to hard-hitting guitars with thrash metal qualities and the desperation in Jason Decay’s voice with his verse lines and pleading chorus end the album on a bright note. The only real weak track is ‘Summoned To Succumb’. With a brighter production, this track could have passed as an eighties KISS song, but not one of the better ones. A track with good potential is ‘Relentless Temptress’ as it musically shines, especially when the song speeds up in the middle, but weak vocal lines and a disjointed chorus prevent it from greatness. With that said, this is still a strong record, so don’t be afraid to feast on the Cauldron’s brew.



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