Jason Decay of Canadian heavy metallers CAULDRON will participate in a live video chat this Monday, December 6 at 4 p.m. EST on Earache's newly launched Justin.TV page. Jason will be hanging out with fans and answering questions about the band's upcoming album, "Burning Fortune", as well as its upcoming shows with VOLTURE. Jason is also sure to recant some of his wildest road stories for the marvel of all in the chat.
"Burning Fortune" will be released on February 14, 2011 in Europe and February 15 in North America via Earache Records. The follow-up to 2009's "Chained To The Nite" was recorded at Rogue Studios in Toronto and once again features British model Lora Leigh on the cover.
A brand new CAULDRON song, "All Or Nothing", is available for streaming on the band's revamped MySpace page.
Commented < Jason Decay: "'All Or Nothing' was one of the first songs we wrote for the new record and is the lead-off track. It's a pretty straight-to-the-point basher based around the massive main riff. "
CAULDRON's full-length debut, "Chained To The Nite", was released on April 6, 2009 in Europe and May 5, 2009 in the rest of the world via Earache Records. The CD was produced by Ian Blurton and was mixed by Neil Kernon (DOKKEN, QUEENSRŸCHE, JUDAS PRIEST).
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