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Electronic: Industrial Metal/Punk: Black Metal Moods: Type: Experimental Moods: Type: Lo-Fi Moods: Mood: Weird

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Choronzon are an American black metal band, formed in 1986. They take their name from the demon Choronzon and are up-front about their occult influences. In 1998, they were signed to the Nocturnal Art Productions, owned by Samoth (of Emperor and Zyklon). Their debut album was ‘’Magog Agog’‘.

The music is based in black metal, and extends to post-black metal and industrial, incorporating both organic sounds and techno-filtration. This band, along with Mysticum from Norway were one of the earliest examples of this mixing of black metal and industrial. The later works tend to be less rock-oriented and more experimental.

P. Emerson Williams: Guitars, Bass, Vocals
Illustrator active in the Goth subculture in the 90’s. Worked for Ghastly magazine, Esoterra and Propaganda. P. Emerson Williams is also a member of the Gothic Rock band Veil of Thorns, subqtaneous, and post Manes project kkoagulaa.

Demimonde Mesila Thraam: Keyboards, electronics, samples, vocals. Ms. Thraam was also a member of Iao Core in the late 1980s.

CHORONZON: Central Inspirator. The Namesake, the project’s Third Member, is actually not a human being—but rather, a Xenodimensional (In other words, a “demon”.) CHORONZON is also credited with producing the cryptovox - or EVT-like effects - that can be heard on many Choronzon tracks.

VoLaND: Bass, Vocals (Carnage(us))

Past Members:
Jake Stevens: Guitars


Voices in the Storm, 1986
In the Halls, 1987
Dispersion, 1988
In My Own Lifeblood I Exult To Float Demo, 1989
Torn Away Demo, 1991
Emotional Humger-Wartorn Void Demo, 1994
Demo 96 Demo, 1996
Magog Agog Full-length, 1998
Era Vulgaris Full-length, 2000
Psychosis Ex Machina Full-length, 2003
Panic Pandemic (Double Album and Book), 2005
New World Chaos (Double Album) 2005
Ziggurat of Dead Shibboleths Full-Length 2011
Autodidactic Technology EP, 2011
Lilith Full-Length, 2011

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