This album is from Hekaloth Records, somewhat better known for their similar project, Shevalreq. A Feast for Famished Ravens revolves primarily around historical events of the early Medieval period. The Hekaloth website has since gone offline, but one can still access some info on this album with the "wayback machine."
Raw synth tones repeat atonal melodies with seemingly no reasonable arrangement. The bass ceaselessly wanders along playing random dissonance. A black metal growl is also ever-present, barking out lyrics that have the historical specificity of a textbook. As one would expect, all these disparate elements manage come together to create a perfect hole, evoking the pleasant feelings of restlessness and nausea in the listener. The abyss gazes first here.
One needs only listen to the sample track below to recognize that this is the greatest dungeon synth album ever composed, if not the greatest work of musical art. Mortiis is dead! Long live Xynfonica! All other dungeon synth is now irrelevant. Give your sanity to the feast of Xynfonica or suffer the wrath of the primordial sultan himself.