Ancient Roman Metal Band ADE Releases Single for “Veni Vidi Vici”

New Album, Rise of the Empire, Out Now via Extreme Metal Music/Rockshots Records
Ancient Roman metal pioneers ADE have released a new single, “Veni Vidi Vici,” in conjunction with the release of their new album, Rise of the Empire, out today via Extreme Metal Music/Rockshots Records.
With Rise of the EmpireADE aims to educate listeners more on ancient history of Rome, specifically the age of Caesar. Still entrenched in traditional old-school death metal, Rise of the Empire delivers a more mature yet aggressive album suitable for old and new generations of fans interested in the Ancient Rome and epic death metal at its purest. 
Listen to “Veni Vidi Vici” here:
Says the band, “The wind blowing from the black Sea caresses dead bodies fallen in battle. A day that will be remembered as total domination. The age of Caesar has begun. Under the sun of Pontus, a banner flies pointing to Rome: he came, he saw and he won.
Rise of the Empire‘s stunning artwork was created by Fabio Timpanaro. Album production was handled by Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studios (Fleshgod ApocalypseHour of Penance).
Also check out the first two singles: “Empire,” available at
and “Imperator,” available at

Rise of the Empire is available at
ADE is available for interviews.
Rise of the Empire tracklisting:
1-Forge the Myth
3-The Gallic Hourglass
4-Chains of Alesia
5-Once the Die is Cast
6-Gold Roots of War
7-Ptolemy Has to Fall
8-Suppress the Riot
9-Veni Vidi Vici
10-The Blithe Ignorance
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