Ævangelist - De Masticatione Mortuorum in Tumulis (2012)
This title is quite nice, because a title starting with "de" - "about" was typical for scientific and/or philophical works written in latin (in ancient Rome as well as in times of Humanism and Renaissance). It means "About the cheewing of the deads in the graves". The title's meaning is ambiguous: it means that the dead are still chewing as well as that the dead are eaten.
On the album there are two titles with latin words:
- Anno Mortii - In the year of the dead
- Crematorium Angelicum - the angel's crematory
In 2013 they released another album with a Latin title: Omen Ex Simulacra. The word omen means the same as in English, ex means "out of/ from" and simulacrum image, reflection, shadow, illusion, wraith.
Ævangelist - Omen Ex Simulacra (2013)