Aragoth are a 1 man band from the Forgotten Lands that plays a very atmospheric and epic form of dungeon synth and this is a review of his 2012 album "The Seasons of Ashes" which was released by Katabaz Records.
The album starts out with some dark ambient sounds before adding in some atmospheric and epic sounding synths which bring a very medieval sound to the recording and the synths utilize a variety of many different sounding along with some drum programming being added in and you can also hear black metal influences.
As the album progresses you can hear some dark avant garde elements being added into the music along with some elements of classical which also bring in the feeling and atmosphere of an old black and white horror movie and every song has a different sound to it while being true to dungeon synth as well as bring in a ritualistic shamanistic feeling.
Song themes cover medieval, fantasy and a concept about Morbelins, while the production has a very dark and powerful sound and the synths and drum programming have an epic feeling to them.
In my opinion Aragoth are a very great sounding dungeon synth project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Forgotten Land" "The Iniatic Castel" "Escape From The Ice Labyrinth" and "The Final Battle-Fight For Victory". 9 out of 10.