Exclusive Top 10: Jason Decay Of Cauldron

Jason Decay, bassist/vocalist for the heavy metal band Cauldron, has sent Bloody-Disgusting his Top 10 Horror Movies. Reading through it, you can tell that this guy loves the cheesy flicks with the ‘so-bad-that-it’s-good’ soundtracks. Check out the list after the jump as well as tour dates and album information.

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BLACK ROSES
Starring my favorite actor Frank Dietz and part 3 of the “Frank Dietz Trilogy”. After serving as detective in Zombie Nightmare and bass player for the Tritonz, Frank has been demoted to high school student determined to paint the town red in rebellion to authority protesting his music. Like most of my favorite horror movies, this one features a rad heavy metal soundtrack. And how can you go wrong with a heavy metal band coming to town to do a bunch of free concerts only to possess the youth? They should have made part 2. 
ZOMBIE NIGHTMARE
Not a lot of Zombie action going on in this one, but a classic Thor flick to say the least. A rad soundtrack throughout to keep you interested throughout, although its hard to watch those voodoo lady scenes. Jimbo is the highlight of this movie, the movie really drops off after he dies. 
SLEEPAWAY CAMP 2
The best high school titty camp movies ever. Entertaining throughout with a rad soundtrack courtesy of Metal Blade circa 1987 and the most creative death scenes, at least for me. 
SLEEPAWAY CAMP 3
Same thing. I just love movies with cool guys, titties, parties, sometimes brutal deaths, and heavy metal. 
ROCK N ROLL NIGHTMARE
Not really scary, and hard to figure out the plot but the acting is so bad that its quite entertaining. Actually, the acting, trying to figure out the plot and the rad tunes is this movie are what keep me coming back all these years. Great never ending van scene at the start of the movie!
NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 1&3
Couldn’t choose between the two so decided to combine them into one. Wanted to pick part 3 but sorta thought maybe that was only because of the Dokken video at the start. Either way these are both great classics for me, no remake’s!!
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 4
Nuff said. 
TRICK OR TREAT
What true headbanger can’t relate to this one? Although I wasn’t a loner in high school, any time something went wrong, or especially someone fucking with me or my music I thought of this movie. Get tough, fuck with fire and make them pay!
HALLOWEEN 3
Because. 
ROCKTOBER BLOOD
It was a toss up between this and Terror On Tour, and although Terror has the better quotes, this one has the better soundtrack. 
Cauldron’s new album, Burning Fortune, is due to be released through Earache Records on February 15th in North America. You can pre-order the album with special Cauldron merch packs. Here are some upcoming tour dates:
FEB. 11 – TORONTO, ON – SNEAKY DEES
FEB. 12 – ST. CATHARINES, ON – MIKADO’S
FEB. 18 – OTTAWA, ON – MAVERICKS
FEB. 19 – MONTREAL, QC – KATACOMBES
FEB. 24 – QUEBEC, QC – SCANNER CLUB
FEB. 25 – MONCTON, NB – THE MANHATTAN
FEB. 26 – DARTMOUTH, NS – CD HEAVEN – all ages free in-store early show (6pm)
FEB. 26 – HALIFAX, NS – GUS’ PUB (10pm)
FEB. 28 – FREDERICTON, NB – THE CAPITAL