Cauldron - Burning Fortune

7.6 | 45 votes |
Release date: 14 February 2011
Style: Heavy metal


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01. All Or Nothing
02. Miss You To Death
03. Frozen In Fire
04. Tears Have Come
05. I Confess
06. Rapid City/Unchained Assault
07. Queen Of Fire
08. Breaking Through
09. Taken By Desire
10. Serpent Sorceress [limited edition CD bonus]

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Cauldron plays straight-up classic metal; nothing more, nothing less. Yet, they have some magic that few other genre bands have. Call it "the It factor" or whatever you like, perhaps it's their great energy, but Burning Fortune has been one of my most played albums so far this year.

published 11.09.2011 | Comments (6)

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15.10.2010 - 11:20
Rating: 9
Can't Wait Pure Old School Metal at its best
05.05.2011 - 18:21
Rating: 8
Pretty damn good. Everything is so smooth and effortless in this album.
"A life all mine
Is what I choose
At the end of my days"
--The Gathering "A Life All Mine" from Souvenirs
22.10.2015 - 18:34
Rating: 5
Underwhelming album IMO, pretty much the same stuff here as on the debut album, but the songs and especially choruses are weaker here. "Miss You To Death", "Frozen In Fire" and "Rapid City/Unchained Assault" are on the right direction, but not quite as strong as songs on the debut. Btw, I wouldn't vote this one so low (I'd rather go 6 or 7) if the material had any originality, but it doesn't, so at the end of the day it's just a little bit less than what you would expect from a Cauldron album.
You Think It Is My Chastity Belt But They Are My True Metal Underpants

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