Band Name Choronzon (USA). Album Name Emotional Hunger. Data de lançamento 1996. Membros têm este álbum0.
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Emotional Hunger, Wartorn Void. It was 1994 and CHORONZON had been with me for a long while by this point and informed every part of what I did with the project. In a way, I think the heavy parts work better on this demo than some of the later recordings, due perhaps to the limits of 8-track reel to reel. I was also wearing my Celtic Frost and Voivod influences on my sleeve. Listen to this back to back with 2010′s Choronzon album Ziggurat of Dead Shibboleths and you’ll find there is a consistency of feel and aesthetic. Some of the earlier rawness is returning even as the abyss deepens.
It was 1994 and CHORONZON had been with me for a long while by this point and informed every part of what I did with the project. Some passages were recorded on 4-track cassette in 1984-86. I was also wearing my Celtic Frost and Voivod influences.
10 tracks · 31 December 2001.
Choronzon /ˌkoʊˌroʊnˈzoʊn/ is a demon or devil that originated in writing with the 16th-century occultists Edward Kelley and John Dee within the latter's occult system of Enochian magic. In the 20th century he became an important element within the mystical system of Thelema, founded by Aleister Crowley, where he is the "dweller in the abyss", believed to be the last great obstacle between the adept and enlightenment
Choronzon is the third studio album by English death metal band Akercocke. It was released on 4 November 2003, through Earache Records. The sample at the start of the album is from the opening scene of the Hammer House of Horror episode "Guardian of the Abyss". A promotional music video was released for the track "Leviathan", and was shot by Kerrang!'s Paul Harries.
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- Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals, Cello, Programmed By – P. Emerson Williams