Imbolc - Winter

by Forgotten Land

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mudshrimpmoe
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mudshrimpmoe I bought the whole Dungeons Deep catalog on a whim. This album is definitely a highlight, and stylistically more dark ambient than black ambient or dungeon synth. At least that's the way that it hits me. Each track is hauntingly beautiful and tied by sounds of cold winter winds. The final track is the only one with vocals and quite different. Favorite track: Snegurochka.
BloodStone
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BloodStone Cold and melancholic dark ambient! Brooding and emotional. Top tier music Favorite track: Snegurochka.
Wolf Bro's.
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Wolf Bro's. Growing up it (Imbolc)was called Oimelc. Really love this lp, Halfway between winter & spring,has a really void feeling to it,just like the end of a bitter winter. Favorite track: Gethen.
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Part two of a four part series. The void of winter will inspire and haunt you with Forgotten Land's newest release. Almost a full of black and depressive ambient.

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released March 8, 2008

Lord Tetrarch - All Music

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Procuring Dungeon Synth, Medieval Ambient & Black Metal

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