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Ex Deo release epic new music video for ‘The Roman’

Ancient Roman metallers EX DEO have released a brand new music video!

The new music video, for the track The Roman, is taken from the band’s upcoming third studio record, The Immortal Wars, which is scheduled for release later this month. Speaking about the new video, the band comments, The Roman is a song celebrating the roman soldier for his discipline, his loyalty and his will to victory,  the most fierce war machine ever assembled not by individual conquest but by teamwork, they changed the world in warfare… this video was filmed in a remote area in Belgrade, Serbia with a great team who put a lot of hard work and heart into it, we tried to be as historical accurate as we could with what we had at our disposal, it’s not to meant to be a reproduction of Hannibal’s last confrontation with Scipio but we flirted with the idea. Enjoy!” 

Speaking to us earlier this month, frontman Maurizio Iacono elaborates further, “we’re going to release a video soon for the song The Roman, it’s the last track on the record. The video is going to be really crazy and it’s over the top and that was the idea of this, to first release the album and then release this big visual. You have to release a visual with Rome, you can imagine it, which is cool, but this visual really brings it to life and we feel that we wanted to invest in that than rather go out on tour.”

Watch the epic (NSFW) video for The Roman here:

Alongside the release of the new song, the band have also released the track list and album artwork for the upcoming record. Both of which, are available to view below:

Track List:

1. The Rise of Hannibal
2. Hispania (The Siege of Saguntum)
3. Crossing of the Alps
4. Suavetaurilia (Intermezzo)
5. Cato Major: Carthago delenda est!
6. Ad Victoriam (The Battle of Zama)
7. The Spoils of War
8. The Roman

The Immortal Wars - Ex Deo

The Immortal Wars is set for release on February 24th via Napalm Records.

For more information on EX DEO like their official page on Facebook.

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