This album is an old house in the woods, boarded up and overrun with kudzu. Both a deeply melancholic refuge and a sinister work that stands behind you as you listen to it.
Favorite track: Witch In The Corner.
A staple in the revival of modern Dungeon Synth, and my first ever encounter with the genre. This album is very close to me for it's use of Old-School DS yet some romantic vibes appear throughout the album. As illustrated by the cover, there's something "big" in this record, a sort of "Magickal Sorrow" in the castle impregnated for centuries.Like of an old and timeless something(note the light in the castle) languorously waiting for Magicka to return,yet with the knowledge that it never shall. kiliancody
Probably my most favorite dungeon synth album!
Epic, melodic, dark and vast.
This album stays fresh and holds onto the tracks just long enough.
Its wide range of instruments and feeling of deep and empty spaces makes it feel like its the long lost OST of a forgotten arcade game of epic proportions. The percussion kicks and feels hard, which makes the simple melodies bite.
It was very hard picking a favourite track, so I went for the most memorable, which also gives the album its name. mafutofu