Myrrdin are a 1 man band from the united Kingdom that has been featured before in this zine that plays a mixture of black albion metal and dungeon synth with the music on this recording focusing on the later and this is a review of his self released ep "Dungeon Song" which is also a 34 minute long tack.
Dark ambient synths start off the recording and gives the music a medieval and dungeon feeling that evokes memories of old fantasy themes but done in a more raw manner than the soundtracks for those films, the synths also start utilizing a variety of many different sounding keys as the ep progresses as well as adding in background nature sounds at times and the song is divided into 3 different movements and also has a neo classical feeling at times along with some influences of the early dungeon synth artists and Burzum's later ambient albums.
Myrrdin brings in a very great sounding approach to dungeon synth with the music being all instrumental and serving as a perfect tribute to the early Mortiss album's, the production is very dark and epic sounding with only one track being on the whole entire album.
in my opinion this is a very great sounding recording from Myrrdin and if you are a fan of dungeon synth, you should check out this ep. 8/5 out of 10.