Ade Exclusive Song Stream: “Mars Unpredictable Favour”


Holy fucking shit, do you need to hear this awesomeness!

On April 16, Ade — a Roman death metal band that often employs traditional instruments of ancient Rome and Greece into their music — will release a new album called Spartacus. I have heard it, and I must say the fucker’s heavy.

Canadian label Blast Head Records is releasing the ten-track monster, which actually features the drumwork of Nile’s George Kollias.

The second you start playing the song streaming at the end of this post, you’ll recognize George’s proficient pounding.

I, too, am proficient at pounding, just not with drum sticks.

With amazing song structures and musicianship, Spartacus grips you with musical hooks.

Those traditional Roman instruments don’t overpower the sheer ferocity of the metal, but certainly compliment it.

If you dig Behemoth, Hour of Penance or Fleshgod Apocalypse, you will definitely fucking love the following song, called “Mars Unpredictable Favour.”

You can order Ade’s album here and here.

Mars Unpredictable Favour

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