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Cauldron - Chained to the Nite album download

Cauldron - Chained to the Nite album download

Chained to the Nite
Heavy Metal
May 23, 2008 - July, 2008
Recording location:
Chemical Sound, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
MP3 archive size:
1502 mb
FLAC archive size:
1427 mb
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Chained to the Nite Tracklist. 1. Young and Hungry Lyrics. 2. Conjure The Mass Lyrics. Chained to the Nite Q&A. More Cauldron albums. Show all albums by Cauldron.

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Album: Chained To The Nite. Style: Heavy Thrash Metal. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: February 5, 2019 - Cauldron – End Of Time (2019)

Not only has Cauldron's Chained To The Nite kept me sane during an especially grueling, week long cross-Canada dirty dog, er, Greyhound bus ride and re-launched my faith in heavy metal, but also paved the way for my discovery of other compelling Toronto metal bands such as Call Of The Wild, Midnight Malice (unfortunately both now defunct), Axxion, Phantom an. The lyrics are a little cheezy, the band certainly seems to have an affinity for chains. The album is titled "Chained to the Nite" and there are songs called "Chained Up in Chains" and "Chains Around Heaven". It's something of a theme. Despite the repetitiveness, the vocals are fun and do not detract from the music at all.

Chained to the Nite (2009) by Cauldron. Labels: Earache Records. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Jason Decay, Ian Chains, Chris Rites. Chained to the Nite. 90. 0. Burning Fortune.

In fact Chained to the Nite is a surprisingly sweet sounding album, almost too a fault, and what it lacks in loudness it seemingly makes up for with chains. Not only is the album titled Chained to the Nite, and not only does it feature Ian Chains on guitars, but it features a track titled Chained Up In Chains and another titled Chains Around Heaven and the album cover features a naked woman chained up (in chains) Cauldron. Whether it's the doom-y gallop of Midnite Hour, the speedy Dreams Die Young or the outright schlocky Chained Up In Chains, Chained to the Nite does an excellent job at providing a snapshot of the genre while contributing to its legacy.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Young and Hungry Jason Decay Cauldron 3:35
2 Conjure the Mass Jason Decay Cauldron 4:10
3 Chained Up in Chains Jason Decay Cauldron 5:10
4 The Leaven/Fermenting Enchantress Jason Decay Cauldron 6:16
5 Dreams Die Young Jason Decay Cauldron 4:02
6 Bound to the Stake Jason Decay Cauldron 4:27
7 Witch Trail Jason Decay Cauldron 6:09
8 Midnite Hour Jason Decay Cauldron 5:59
9 Chains Around Heaven Jason Decay / The St. James Underground Cauldron 3:48

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Striker Strikes Jason Decay Cauldron 3:49
2 Restless Jason Decay Cauldron 5:36
  • Canadian rock band Cauldron may proclaim on the opening song of their debut album Chained to the Nite that they’re “Hungry and Young”, but the whole existence of this release contradict that statement, since the music is a 25-years old throwback on Glam Metal, complete with “obstructed” production which makes the guitar tracks sound unnatural, moderately lazy paces and rhythms, pseudo-glammy and incompetent vocals, drum-machine sounding drums, inane bass playing, nursery-rhyme lyrics, lack of progression and varied sounds and, last but not least, the garishly sexist cover artwork. There’s the occasional C-power chord in a song or two to remind that the band is “modern”, but the rest of the instrumentation gives the ultimate truth about the fictional situation. Granted, the album has its highlighting moments and Pop songs, but the decadent and unsuited production threatens to ruin the listening experience more often than not.Highlights: “The Leaven / Fermenting Enchantress”, “Bound to the Stake”, “Witch Trail”.