For the new album the trio returned to the Lincoln County Social Club recording studio in their home town of Toronto, where they recorded two of their previous albums. Co-produced by Chris Stringer (Rush, Timber Timbre), “In Ruin” is sure to deliver more riffs, more attitude and more traditional Metal to the band’s growing army of fans.
Front man Jason Decay can’t hide his enthusiasm about Cauldron’s new album featuring songs such as: “Burning At Both Ends” (being about “going too hard for too long, and facing the repercussions of what that entails”) and “Santa Mira” (about the movie “Halloween III”): “In Ruin” is probably the next logical step, a subtle and natural progression from “Tomorrow’s Lost”. We were very satisfied with “Tomorrow’s Lost” so we had to make sure we had a worthy follow up, and I think we’ve exceeded that. I suppose you could say it’s a little more melodic and refined, yet diverse”.
Cauldron issued their last three albums via legendary Earache Records label, but have now inked a deal with High Roller Records for Europe: “High Roller seems to really understand Cauldron and is enthusiastic to have us, which says a lot. We are proud to be with a label that has a strong passion for our music, as opposed to how much money we can make them”. “In Ruin” will be released on LP and CD in Europe on January 29, 2016.