Title; Ad victoriam

Label;

-wargoatcult music

-Brutal Panzer Assault Recs-Mex

Format;

-Digital

-Die Hard Digipak

Copies; 500

Release Date;12/29/2021

Cover & design;

Diabolos Tattoo-Art

Assisted by Toro is Design

Track list;

1-Lus ad bellum

2-Daemonium-Deus lo vult

3-Res non verba

4-Strategos Autokrator

5-Triumphator Dogma

6-Horrendis execrationibus

7-Spolia Opima

8-The awakening of victory

9-Ad Victoriam



Credits;

Music Decomposed/Recorded/Mixed & Mastered

From 10/03/2020 to 6/6/2021 at Bunker Studios

Caracas-Venezuela.

All Music/Lyrics/Instruments & Concept by Lord Necrotomb

Design by Diabolos Tattoo-Art & Toro is Design.


Additional notes;


Ad Victoriam is a war / concept album based on the Punic wars covering the most important battles faced by the Roman Empire from the first Battle of Carthage in 216 BC to the last battle of Carthage in 149 BC. which was the final and decisive confrontation of the Third Punic War.

A great story about a great Empire synthesized in 9 songs that crosses the battlefields of Cannas or Zama where great strategists such as Publio Cornelio Scipio or AnĂ­bal Barca venerated for centuries to the present, played the most important and decisive roles in history that gave rise to the fate of the occident.

Ad Victoriam Lyrically also introduces itself in all the deeper aspects of military strategy, Honor, decorations and the celebration of triumphs to give it a more epic and great feeling, something that will always fall too short to describe in words/music the greatness of the Roman Empire.

Musically wargoatcult continues to grow, making guitar solos more common in their songs, creating much more complex riffs and structures.

A much lower tuning than usual has been used again to give a more epic, dark and brutal touch to the Album, again demonstrating that each Album requires changes in many aspects in order to reach the desired end.


This album would not have been possible without the great help of Brutal Panzer Assault recs from Mex.


Wargoatcult takes up arms again! Ad Victoriam!