CAULDRON Involved In Road Accident; Band Drops Off ENFORCER, WARBRINGER Tour
Toronto, Ontario, Canada metallers CAULDRON have been forced to cancel their participation in the eight remaining dates of their tour with ENFORCER, WARBRINGER and EXMORTUS after getting into a van crash on a highway in Texas Sunday night.
Says CAULDRON in a Facebook post: "Sorry to report the unfortunate news of our accident (not at fault [by the way]) on the highway in Texas last night and that we will have to pull out of the remaining eight tour dates. Ian [Chains, guitar] is recovering in hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, otherwise everyone is going to be okay. We are just happy to be alive at this point. Thanks for your support and to our tour mates ENFORCER, WARBRINGER & EXMORTUS; we had fun and wish you all the best. Hope to see you all again soon."
CAULDRON's fourth studio album, "In Ruin", was released on January 8 via The End Records.
For the CD, the trio returned to the Lincoln County Social Club recording studio in Toronto, where they recorded two of their previous albums, "Burning Fortune" (2011) and "Tomorrow's Lost" (2012).
CAULDRON was born out of the ashes of genre-defining, critically lauded GOAT HORN, the band known for being heavily influenced by BLACK SABBATH, VENOM and JUDAS PRIEST that called it a day in 2006.
Sorry to report the unfortunate news of our accident (not at fault btw) on the highway in Texas last night and that we...
Posted by CAULDRON on Monday, February 15, 2016
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