CAULDRON: New Tour Dates Announced

March 1, 2007

CAULDRON has just released its debut EP, "Into the Cauldron". This post-GOAT HORN band features Jason Decay (vocals/bass),Ian Killpatrick (guitar),and Al Chambers (drums) playing "straight-up rite heavy, beer-swilling, bullet-belting, tit-banging metal," according to a press release.

Upcoming CAULDRON shows:

March 31 - Montreal, QC, Canada - Club Saphir
April 06 - London, ON, Canada - Call The Office
April 07 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Sneaky Dee's
April 14 - Konigshofen, Germany - Keep It True Festival
April 18 - Dublin, Ireland - Voodoo Lounge
April 21 - Athens, Greece - Up The Hammers Festival

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