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This is pretty cool

It's about time iTunes put something on the page that isn't complete crap. I love it when bands mix in the symphonic backings. I feel it really beefs up the songs, and delivers the emotional power trying to be shown in the lyrics. So far Ex Deo, Fleshgod Apocalypse, and Septic Flesh are some of the only bands I've heard that have done this incredibly well.

The brutality of Rome!

This album is every bit as good as Ex Deo's first release. It has a great mix of symphonic and death metal, and each track is really distinct from the others. Plus, it's all inspired by the truly bloody history of ancient Rome! What more could you want?

The true face of Rome!

The most hardcore, brutal, war hungry album I've listened too. Long live rome!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Montreal, Canada's Ex Deo is a side project formed in 2008 by Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono, who wished to combine his death metal experience with his passion for history -- in this case, specifically focused on the Roman Empire, as evidenced by the title of 2009's debut album, Romulus. With Iacono handling all lyrics and vocals, the recording lineup was fleshed out by Kataklysm members Stéphane Barbe (guitar), Jean-François Dagenais (guitar), François Mongrain (bass), Max Duhamel (drums), Blackguard...
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Caligvla, Ex Deo
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Sep 11, 2012

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