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Chained To The Nite

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Product details

  • Audio CD (2 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B001R3YJN8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 278,243 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Young and Hungry
  2. Conjure the Mass
  3. Chained Up in Chains
  4. The Leaven/fermenting Enchantress
  5. Dreams Die Young
  6. Bound to the Stake
  7. Witch Trail
  8. Midnite Hour
  9. Chains Around Heaven

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I cant help but feel I must have done something really good to deserve a release like this (cant imagine what that could be!), or more to the point, a release as good as this is probably still to be paid for.

I thought I'd died and gone to heaven when Black Tides album came out last year, and was convinced it was going to take something very very special to surpas it. Well, I'm not saying this is better, but it runs in a very close second.

These guys cherry pick all the best bits out of early Maiden and Priest and mix it up with a bit of 80's thrash a al Metallica, Testament and Anthrax. Excellent, fast paced, rifftastic (I know thats not a word, but it should be!) guitars, stupendously pounding drum sound capped off with a mean, clean vocal, no silly grunting or growling here. No need to go on about best tracks and personal faves, its all top drawer (oh go on then, conjour the mass is chuffing awsome!!)

They're nothing new, nothing you haven't heard before, but exactly what you want right now. Looking for a change from Killers, or Ride the lightening, then stick this in your basket and when it drops through your door, play it loud, play it proud, regrow your hair (wish I could!!), dig out your denim jacket with the Maiden patches on the back, bang your head and thank your metal gods that you have taste enough to want to listen to and worship at the altar of Cauldron.

Oh, you may well want to check out Wolf's new album 'Ravenous', another stunner and its only April, and the new Anthrax album is yet to turn up, holy tish, its great to be a metalhead. Scream on people.
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Well, you know.... I really enjoyed this CD. It's really an old school metal CD with a modern production. They're not trying to re-invent the wheel, just giving you an A1 metal collection to headbang to. If you are looking for something original, don't look here, but if you want a really good METAL CD, this is it!
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As someone who can't identify with the ultra heavy metal that's around today, it's good to get decent riffs, a singer who doesn't sound like the honey monster with a sore throat, and every song having twin bass drums going like machine guns. Not stunningly original, but that's not a problem as far as I'm concerned.
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I bought this on the back of some good reviews and recently discovering that there are a number of new bands out there continuing the tradition of the Classic Metal I like. The Maiden, Priest etc references are certainly there, and to be honest on first listening the rhythm guitar of Venom came to mind.
However, after a number of listens now I enjoy it, but it is average and not anything I haven't heard before. Of course originality is not really too much of an issue in Metal, but this didn't make me stop what I'm doing and enter into a bought of air guitar.
Jason Decay's vocals are in tune (no growling here) and OK, but lack the power that I would like with this kind of music.
Three or four tracks in and it is getting a bit monotonous, the rhythm guitar is a bit uninspiring only being occasionally punctuated by some good riffs. Highlights for me are 'Dreams die young' and the last track 'Chains around heaven' both good traditional metal tracks in the traditional of the old NWOBHM. I don't want to sound too negative as this a good album but it stops there. It's great that there are still bands out there making new Metal albums of this type. I still think that Cauldron could produce a great album, though maybe the three piece could be supplemented by a stronger singer. I hope they keep at it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8a68bc6c) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a99a804) out of 5 stars Old school sound without sounding old. 1 Jun. 2010
By M. Howell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I first heard about these guys on a music blog on the web that said the c.d. was pretty good. I listened to the audio samples here on Amazon and decided to buy it. It was well worth the money I spent, plus I got the 2 extra songs from c.d. #2. I have been listening to this c.d. for about 6 or 7 months and I have yet to get tired of it. I know some reviewers on Amazon and other sites have said it doesn't sound like Dokken or Queensryche. I never expected it to. I hear bits of influence from many bands when I listen to this. Cauldron doesn't sound exactly like anybody else which is why I like them. If I wanted a carbon copy of Dokken or Queensryche I would have bought them instead.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a99a858) out of 5 stars Chained up in METAL! 7 Aug. 2010
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Someone finally slapped a label on the recent revival of adjective-free heavy metal that has been gaining momentum worldwide. Bands that worship at the altar of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden are now being classified as the New Wave of Traditional Metal (NWOTM). Even the acronym is old school metal! The trend tag wasn't unexpected, but it is somewhat odd that Canadian band Cauldron, a relative newcomer to the scene, seems to have emerged as the standard bearers of the genre. You'd think it would be Wolf, who has been blazing the trail for nearly a decade, Icarus Witch, or what seems like half the population of Raleigh, NC (Twisted Tower Dire, Widow, Viper et al).

Cauldron, which emerged from the ashes of thrash band Goat Horn, may not be the first band to eschew sub-genre trappings and opt for a straight-up heavy metal sound, but there's no denying the fact that they do it well. Chained to the Night is the band's first full-length album (coming after the Into the Cauldron EP), and it's an absolutely fierce slab of uncompromising old school metal. It's a cross between the classic NWOBHM and early Metal Massacre sounds, only with a modern edge and energy. Chained to the Night is all metal guitar hooks, fist-pumping choruses and songs about chains, witches, the night, chains around witches, chains in the night, and possibly witches being chained in or around the night. Bonus points for their cover of Black n' Blue's "Chained Up In Chains!" Songs like "Conjure the Mass," "Midnite Hour" and "Bound to the Stake" are exactly what you need to shake off the endless sub-categorization (progressive/power metal, melodic Swedish death metal, etc.) and get back to the pure unadulterated heavy metal sound that we all fell in love with in the first place.

If you've been enjoying the traditional metal revival that has been going on in recent years (and you know I have), you'll definitely want to check out Canada's contribution to the NWOTM. Sew a Cauldron patch on the back of your denim jacket, strap on your spiked wristbands, and crank this one up. Cauldron is bringing back old school heavy metal with a vengeance.

Note - Initial CD pressings of Chained to the Nite feature a pair of bonus tracks ("The Striker Strikes" and "Restless"). I was hoping for a video clip, but the bonus tracks are cool additions.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a79bdbc) out of 5 stars '80's style Metal... Born in the 2000's! 27 July 2011
By B. Goin - Published on Amazon.com
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I graduated HS in 1986 and the '80's metal was my music. It was great to find this band who has brought back that long forgotten sound and style. Cauldron has two CD's out, and Chained to the Nite is their first. I highly recommend buying both CD's from this band if you like the same metal as I do. You won't be sorry!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a934204) out of 5 stars Classic metal up your ass 28 Mar. 2011
By S. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great band paying homage to the classic metal that we all know and love.
Nothing technical, nothing flashy, just straight-ahead, mid-tempo, head-banging metal.
I love the guitar sound on this album, slightly buzzy/chainsawy - Randy Rhoads rhythm sound comes to mind.
For fans of Wolf.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a74d39c) out of 5 stars Totally worth the time to purchase 22 May 2013
By Ty - Published on Amazon.com
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Customers that are debating over the idea to order this album ought to check it out. Cauldron is a hell of a band for being a trio that can rock out
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