Fleshgod Apocalypse Announce Rescheduled Dates For European/UK Tour With Ex Deo

Fleshgod Apocalypse have postponed their fall European/UK tour with Ex Deo due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek is now set to take place in fall 2021.

Tour Dates:

09/30 Ubach Palenberg, GER – Rockfabrik
10/01 Pagney, FRA – Chez Paulette
10/02 Paris, FRA – Petit Bain
10/03 London, UK – Underworld
10/05 Nantes, FRA – Le Ferrailleur
10/06 Bilbao, SPA – Stage Live
10/07 Porto, POR – Hard Club
10/08 Lisboa, POR – RCA Club
10/09 Madrid, SPA – Copernico
10/10 Barcelona, SPA – Boveda
10/11 Toulouse, FRA – Metronum
10/13 Roma, ITA – Largo
10/14 Milano, ITA – Slaughter Club
10/15 Sion, SWI – Le Port Franc
10/16 Sachffhausen, SWI – Kammgarn
10/17 Leipzig, GER – Hellraiser
10/19 Munich, GER – Backstage
10/20 Kosice, SLO – Collosseum
10/21 Budapest, HUN – A38
10/22 Sofia, BUL – Mixtape 5
10/23 Bucharest, ROM – Quantic Club
10/24 Cluj Napoca, ROM – Form Space
10/26 Praha, CZE – Futurum
10/27 Poznan, POL – U Bazyala
10/28 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
10/29 Vilnius, LIT – Vakaris
10/30 Riga, LIT – Melna Piektdiena
10/31 Helsinki, FIN – Aainwalli
11/02 Stockholm, SWE – Slaktkyrkan
11/03 Oslo, NOR – Roverstaden
11/04 Goteburg, SWE – Valand
11/05 TBA, DEN – TBA
11/06 Hanover, GER – Musikzentrum
11/07 Roeselare, BEL – Trax
11/09 Vienna, AUT – Szene
11/10 Weinheim, GER – Cafe Central
11/11 Berlin, GER – Music Und Frieden
11/12 Essen, GER – Turock
11/13 Nijmegen, NET – Doornroosje
11/14 Leiden, NET – Gebr Nobel

Ex Deo Premiere New Song “The Philosopher King” Feat. Fleshgod Apocalypse’s Francesco Ferrini

Ex Deo have premiered a new song titled “The Philosopher King.“ This track features Fleshgod Apocalypse’s Francesco Ferrini and a lyric video for it can be found below:

Maurizio Iacono (also of Kataklysm) commented:

“It’s been three years since the release of The Immortal Wars – an album that propelled Ex Deo to a new level. This time, we didn’t want to wait another five years to release new material, so we decided to release a standalone new single called, “The Philosopher King” while we wait for the follow up album to The Immortal Wars.

For this track, we asked our brother, the talented Francesco Ferrini, for his contribution on the orchestral score and to top it all, this song marks the return of a legendary producer Colin Richardson (Slipknot, Machine Head, Bullet For My Valentine) who has done a fantastic job on the mix with his assistant Chris Clancy (Mutiny Within).

The song is based on the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. It’s a song that strikes a chord with me personally, exploring my life experiences and tribulations. I find myself very close to this man’s philosophical ideals – some I have struggled to understand, some I have adopted.

He is the author of the famous book “Meditations” (now you know the influence behind the recent KATAKLYSM album). Stoicism roots come from the hellenistic ideology based in Athens and quickly made its way to Rome. It is something I have been applying more and more to my life in recent years – self-control, discipline and looking at life in a more constructive and appreciative way.

Marcus Aurelius, while commanding the world’s largest army and the most advanced society in ancient times, was perceived as one of the most regarded and prosperous emperors not only economically, but also in military and social triumphs. This is an homage to one of Rome’s greatest, The Philosopher King!”

Ex Deo (Kataklysm) To Release New Single “The Philosopher King” In March

Ex Deo (Kataklysm) will be releasing a new single titled “The Philosopher King” on March 13. Notably, the track will feature Fleshgod Apocalypse‘s Francesco Ferrini.

Ex Deo‘s Maurizio Iacono commented:

“It’s been three years since the release of The Immortal Wars – an album that propelled Ex Deo to a new level. This time, we didn’t want to wait another five years to release new material, so we decided to release a standalone new single called, “The Philosopher King” while we wait for the follow up album to The Immortal Wars. For this track, we asked our brother, the talented Francesco Ferrini, for his contribution on the orchestral score.

The song is based on the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. It’s a song that strikes a chord with me personally, exploring my life experiences and tribulations. I find myself very close to this man’s philosophical ideals – some I have struggled to understand, some I have adopted.

He is the author of the famous book “Meditations” (now you know the influence behind the recent Kataklysm album). Stoicism is something I have been applying more and more to my life in recent years – self-control, discipline. Marcus Aurelius, while commanding the world’s largest army and the most advanced society in ancient times, was perceived as one of the most regarded and prosperous emperors not only economically, but also in military and social triumphs. This is an homage to one of Rome’s greatest, The Philosopher King!”

Ferrini added:

“When Maurizio suggested to join forces on a brand new Ex Deo release, he had me bought in straight away! This song was incredibly inspiring to work on, being such a powerful combination of drama and epicness. I’m sure everyone will love it as much as we do.”

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Death Metal Historians Ex Deo Team Up with FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE’s Francesco Ferrini on New Track “The Philosopher King”! New single and video coming March 13, 2020. After three years since the release of their latest acclaimed full-length, The Immortal Wars, Roman Empire-inspired epic death metal band EX DEO are about to make their grand return – with a little extra boost from special guest Francesco Ferrini of Italian symphonic metallers FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE! Francesco Ferrini provided the stunning orchestral score for the colossal track, which will tell the tale of one of Rome’s greatest emperors, Marcus Aurelius – an important historical figure that EX DEO mastermind Maurizio Iacono feels a deep connection with. Iacono offers, “It’s been three years since the release of The Immortal Wars – an album that propelled EX DEO to a new level. This time, we didn’t want to wait another five years to release new material, so we decided to release a standalone new single called, “The Philosopher King” while we wait for the follow up album to The Immortal Wars. For this track, we asked our brother, the talented Francesco Ferrini, for his contribution on the orchestral score. The song is based on the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. It’s a song that strikes a chord with me personally, exploring my life experiences and tribulations. I find myself very close to this man’s philosophical ideals – some I have struggled to understand, some I have adopted. He is the author of the famous book “Meditations” (now you know the influence behind the recent KATAKLYSM album). Stoicism is something I have been applying more and more to my life in recent years – self-control, discipline. Marcus Aurelius, while commanding the world’s largest army and the most advanced society in ancient times, was perceived as one of the most regarded and prosperous emperors not only economically, but also in military and social triumphs. This is an homage to one of Rome’s greatest, The Philosopher King!” Stay tuned for the new track and video, coming soon on MARCH 13th !! Art by Ocvlta Designs by Surtsey . . #exdeo #thephilosopherking #newsong #newsingle #metal #symphonicmetal #fleshgodapocalypse #napalmrecords

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Ex Deo (Kataklysm) Premiere “The Roman” Music Video

Ex Deo, the Ancient Roman themed band featuring Maurizio Iacono (Kataklysm), have premiered a new video for their new song “The Roman.” This track is from their new album “The Immortal Wars,” which will be released on February 24.

Ex Deo (Kataklysm) Premiere New Song “The Rise Of Hannibal”

Ex Deo, the Ancient Roman themed band featuring Maurizio Iacono (Kataklysm), have premiered a new song titled “The Rise Of Hannibal.” This track is from their new album “The Immortal Wars,” which will be released on February 24.

Ex Deo (Kataklysm) Reveal Details For New Album “The Immortal Wars”

Ex Deo, the Ancient Roman themed band featuring Maurizio Iacono (Kataklysm), have revealed the details for their new album “The Immortal Wars.” The effort will be released on February 24, and will focus on Punic Wars, which was a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 B.C. to 146 B.C.

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“The Immortal Wars” Track Listing:

01. “The Rise of Hannibal”
02. “Hispania (The Siege Of Saguntum)”
03. “Crossing Of The Alps”
04. “Suavetaurilia (Intermezzo)”
05. “Cato Major: Carthago Delenda Est!”
06. “Ad Victoriam (The Battle Of Zama)”
07. “The Spoils Of War”
08. “The Roman”

Ex Deo (Kataklysm) To Release New Album “The Immortal Wars” In February

Ex Deo, the Ancient Roman themed band featuring Maurizio Iacono (Kataklysm), have revealed that their new album “The Immortal Wars” will be released on February 24. Jens Bogren mixed/mastered the effort, and more details are expected to be revealed soon.

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Ex Deo (Kataklysm) To Release New Album “The Immortal Wars” In February 2017

Ex Deo, the Ancient Roman themed band featuring Maurizio Iacono (Kataklysm), have revealed that their new album will be titled “The Immortal Wars,” and that it will be released in February 2017. You can read more about that in the below Facebook post: