Canadian heavy metal trio Cauldron have recently revealed the title of their upcoming new album.
‘Tomorrow’s Lost’, Cauldron’s third full-length, is due to be released in October via Earache Records.
The album was recorded in Parkdale, Toronto with producer Jameson Elliott, who also recorded the band’s 2010 LP ‘Burning Fortune’, and artwork was handled by Todd Kowalski (Sacrifice).
Vocalist/bassist Jason Decay commented: “The artwork was done by Todd Kowalski based on an idea we gave him surrounding the title, ‘Tomorrow’s Lost’. The title is open to interpretation really, but I suppose it’s about how the future could be written off, either for us, the world, or for someone else, depending on how they interpret it. Like how, more than likely, tomorrow has already been spoken for and is a lost cause, no matter what.”
Guitarist Ian Chains added: “It’s not a concept album or anything and doesn’t mean any one specific thing. As an album title, it refers to varying degrees of hopelessness that we can somehow relate to. It means striving hard to achieve something that may never see the light of day, or making poor decisions that come back to ruin everything for you.”
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