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EX DEO Recruits UNLEASH THE ARCHERS Vocalist For New Single "Boudicca"

Brittney Slayes rules.

Ex Deo is back with a new single called "Boudicca" and they've brought Unleash The Archers vocalist Brittney Slayes with them! The song is nothing short of fantastic, and focuses on Queen Boudicca and her fight against the Roman Empire.

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“Queen Boudicca has been a symbol of freedom and rebellion in England since her ultimate sacrifice on the battlefield defending her people and their beliefs," said vocalist Maurizio Iacono. "Rome, in full expansion and under the rule of emperor Nero, was on a mission to annex Britain as a Roman province after the death of King Prasutagus (Boudicca's husband). The Roman treaty died, and so did peace.

"The song embodies the tense exchange and mind frame of Boudicca against the Roman Empire's invasion and occupation. We are thrilled that Brittney Slayes of Unleash The Archers accepted the invitation to guest and deliver a powerful performance on this song. There's no one that better embodies the fighting spirit of Boudicca in metal than Brittney – the choice was clear. Prepare to be transported to ancient times of war and let the metal flow!"

"I was beyond excited to get the invite to be a part of this project!" added Slayes. "I am a huge Ex Deo fan, plus I love the history and mythology they always incorporate into their albums, so it was a huge honour. Not to mention getting to 'play' the role of the iconic and powerful Boudicca was the chance of a lifetime! I have always been inspired by the warrior queen of the Iceni and could not wait to lend my voice to her part. Here's hoping everyone enjoys this track as much as I do!"

Ex Deo will release their new album The Thirteen Years Of Nero on August 27. Pre-orders are available here.

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