Erang are a 1 man band that plays a very atmospheric and epic form of dungeon synth and this is a review of his 2012 album "Tome I" which was released by Katabaz Records.
The album s tarts out with tragic sounding synths which also bring in atmospheric and ambient elements as well as a variety of many different sounding keys which leads to a more distorted dungeon synth sound and as the album progresses you can hear traces of Summoning and Mortiis influencing certain sections of the music along with some elements of classical and folk and every song has a different sound to it and there is also a small amount of drum programming being utilized on this recording.
Song themes are a story about a lonely person from a long forgotten past, while the production has a very dark and powerful sound with the synths being the only musical instrument that are utilized on this recording.
In my opinion Erang 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 "Another World, Another Time" "A Wizard Is Never Late" "Servant of the Nothing" and "Deep Down here by the Dark River". 8/5 out of 10.