Dungeons & Dragons


RELEASE DATE: August 12th, 2003

Ancient underground temples, dark knights, mysterious labyrinths, sorcerers, forgotten tombs, enchanted forests, and creatures from the deepest depths all await you on this gothic fantasy adventure containing over an hour of music. The perfect musical accompaniment to the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. (65 minutes)


Price includes free shipping within the USA.


Digital Downloads Available at:
Amazon MP3 and iTunes.




Track Listing

(Preview this album on YouTube and Spotify)

1. Prelude
2. Troubled Times
3. Ride to Destiny
4. The Fens of Sargath
5. Descent into the Depths
6. Stealth and Cunning
7. Behind Door #1
8. Skirmish
9. Eternal Mystery
10. Heroes’ Valor
11. Relic Uncovered
12. Deep Trouble

13. Chant
14. Craft of the Wizard
15. Beasts of the Borderlands
16. Secret Chamber
17. Lair of the Great Wyrm
18. Ancient Temple
19. How Strange
20. Army of the Dead
21. Final Confrontation
22. Ruins of Bone Hill
23. City of Sails

Press Reviews

Gaming Report – “The CD meets and exceeds the composer’s goals of being ‘The ultimate musical accompaniment to Dungeons & Dragons gaming’. I am happy to give this CD my highest recommendation.”

Movement Magazine – “If you have been listening to their previous works then you won’t be disappointed this time around. And, if you thought they created nightmarish horror music soundscapes, then just wait till you hear what they can do with a fantasy background as their inspiration!”

Long Exile Gaming – “I like this album a lot.”

Living Dead Girls – “Goszka and Douglas have proven their sense of musical appropriateness and for me proven themselves as talented composers beyond the field of Horror.”

Darker Than The Bat (Belgium) – “More than an hour of great dark, atmospheric soundscapes and orchestral music that could accompany any dark scene you have in mind. Excellent!”

Bedlam Society – “This is probably their best work to date.”

DnD Gate (Germany) – “outstandingly well suited for use at roleplaying sessions – either as mood-based songs for single scenes or as background music for the complete session.”

The Crimson – “Whether it’s on paper, on a computer, on cards, or just played with your imagination and verbal storytelling, this soundtrack not only fits, it BELONGS.”


Paragon MagazineInterview with Edward Douglas by Lisa

Utter Trash – Interview with Gavin Goszka by Bob Ignizio