EX DEO: More ‘Caligvla’ Release Dates Announced

EX DEO, the Ancient Roman-themed arsenal fronted by KATAKLYSM singer Maurizio Iacono, will release its sophomore album, “Caligvla”, via Austria’s Napalm Records on the following dates:

Aug. 29 – Spain, Finland, Sweden, Greece
Aug. 31 – Germany/Austria/Switzerland, Benelux
Sep. 03 – Rest of Europe
Sep. 11 – USA/Canada

“Caligvla” was mixed by KATAKLYSM guitarist Jean-François Dagenais, who has previously worked with MALEVOLENT CREATION, MISERY INDEX and DESPISED ICON, among others. The artwork and layout for the album were handled by SEPTICFLESH‘s Seth Siro Anton. The booklet for the new album will feature commentaries and descriptions from frontman Iacono with his views on each song. The limited first pressing will be released as a six-panel digipack featuring the bonus track “Burned To Serve As Nocturnal Light”, a song dealing with Caligvla‘s madman rival emperor Nero. In addition, catch Iacono‘s girlfriend and Colombian model Suzzy in the upcoming video “I, Caligvla”. The clip was filmed last month in Philadelphia, and according to the band, will be, “a resurrection in time, blood and courage.”

EX DEO debuted “I, Caligvla”, on April 1 at Club Soda in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as part of the “Paganfest America Part III” tour with TURISAS, ALESTORM, ARKONA and HUNTRESS. Video footage of the performance can be seen below.

In addition to the previously announced guest appearances by ALL SHALL PERISH guitarist Francesco Artusato and TRISTANIA singer Mariangela Demurtas, “Caligvla” will feature contributions from SEPTICFLESH‘s Seth Siro Anton and GRAVEWORM‘s Stefano Fiori. Every invited guest on the album is of Roman or Greek descent.

“Caligvla” track listing:

01. I, Caligvla
02. The Tiberius Cliff (Exile To Capri)
03. Per Oculos Aquila
04. Pollice Verso (Damnatio Ad Bestia)
05. Divide Et Impera
06. Burned To Serve As Nocturnal Light
07. Teutuborg (Ambush Of Varus)
08. Along The Appian Way
09. Once Were Romans
10. Evocatio: The Temple Of Castor Pollux

“I, Caligvla” performance footage:

 

“Caligvla” trailer:

 

 

 

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