Cauldron have confirmed a European tour in support of their new album, Tomorrow’s Lost, which kicks off in London, UK on November 28th.

The band will be playing some shows in the Uk as well as a show at the Hard Rock Hell festival with the likes of Testament, Gravedigger, Molly Hatchet and more, before joining Vanderbuyst for shows in Europe.

Cauldron vocalist and bassist Jason Decay comments about Hard Rock Hell:

“Getting ready to rock a thousand churches to the ground, brother.  I’ve been trapped in a hard rock hell my whole life, so this should be like rite at home.”

Jason Decay comments regarding the European tour with Vanderbuyst:

“Europe was very good to us last time on the Burning Europe tour, so we are pleased to announce that we will be hitting Europe again first in support of Tomorrow’s Lost.  We are excited to be playing a bunch of shows with the excellent Vanderbuyst from Holland as I think they are a great band and a great match for us.  These will be some rad fucking gigs!  We will also be doing a bunch of our own shows in the UK, Scandinavia, Spain and more, so watch for those dates coming soon!”

Nov. 28 – London, UK – Barfly
Nov. 30 – Edinburgh, UK – Bannermans
Dec. 01 – Pwllheli, UK – Hard Rock Hell
Dec. 02 – Newcastle, UK – Northumberland Arms
Dec. 04 – Leeds, UK – The Well
Dec. 06 – Cardiff, UK – Bogiez

Cauldron w/ Vanderbuyst
Dec. 08 – Essen, Germany – Turock
Dec. 11 – Paris, France – TBA
Dec. 12 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
Dec. 13 – Hamburg, Germany – Markthalle
Dec. 14 – Osnabrück, Germany – Bastard Club
Dec. 15 – Katwijk, Netherlands – Scum
Dec. 16 – Barcelona, Spain – Rock Sound (no VANDERBUYST)
Dec. 20 – Breda, Netherlands – Mezz
Dec. 21 – Heusden, Netherlands – Jonosh
Dec. 23 – Berlin, Germany – K17
Dec. 27 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Ekko
Dec. 28 – Tilburg, Netherlands – TBA
Dec. 29 – Sliedrecht, Netherlands – Elektra
Dec. 30 – Kerkrade, Netherlands – Rock Temple

The band’s new album, Tomorrow’s Lost, is out now in Europe on jewel case CD, digi-sleeve CD with a bonus disc featuring three cover tracks, and limited edition coloured vinyl with a bonus 7″.

Get the album now in Europe at or get the European import in North America at

Tomorrow’s Lost is also available now on iTunes, including three bonus tracks, at

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