Ex Deo is back with their full length album The Immortal Wars . And while they’re still moving between the borders of The Epic Roman Metal and Death metal, there’s changed something as well. They have well done…. The music has developed to a profound style, but this album really stands out by it’s lyrics. The songs are about the Carthagian Empire and This maked me very excited to review the Album coming from the Carthagian Empire.
The album starts with the title-track ”The Rise of Hannibal ” which a good epic Track they started the Album , a catchy track which shows exactly what you can expect from Ex Deo these days. The music leans to more to Epic Roman Metal , have all much better embedded in the music. The goldsmith has put it all together with delicate accuracy, inspiring the History to integrate their inner epic talents to the songs.
Ex Deo had already claimed a spot in the Death Metal , but with this album they can take a step forward, the songs are more louder then ever and the band has takes itself to a next level with this album.
Band : Ex Deo
Release : The Immortal Wars
Country : Rome, Italy
Genre : Epic Roman Metal
Label : Napalm Records
Reviewer : Med Manef Slama
Maurizio Iacono : Vocals
Stéphane Barbe : Lead Guitar
Jean-Francois Dagenais : Rhythm Guitar
François Mongrain : Bass Guitar
Jonathan Leduc : Keyboards
Oli Beaudoin : Drums
The Rise of Hannibal
Hispania (The Siege of Saguntum)
Crossing of the Alps
Cato Major: Carthago Delenda Est
Ad Victoriam (The Battle of Zama)
The Spoils of War