Tchornobog: heavy meditation in a desert landscape Saturday July 22 2017, 1:28 PM
Tchornobog: heavy meditation in a desert landscape


First conceived in 2009, "Tchornobog" is not a worship of the Slavic "Black God". It is a result of heavy meditation in a desert landscape from the perspective of a vessel mountain which harbors a nest for the Mind's Eye to be imprisoned. I witnessed -- without any hope of my eye closing -- the terrible sensory overload of the black vomit of Tchornobog. The recordings provided here are a sonic journal of the metaphorical events and the empathetic interpretation of a landscape in my skull.

"TCHORNOBOG" is the first chapter in a book of many events in a universe born off the ashes of the inner pupil.

...Perpetually disemboweling... self devouring...
...Self devouring...perpetually disemboweling...
...Perpetually disemboweling... self devouring...
...Self devouring...perpetually disemboweling...


CD version may be currentl purchased via I, Voidhanger:

The CD will also be available directly from TCHORNOBOG once our copies have arrived.

DLP set to be released via Fallen Empire in September 2017.
released July 21, 2017

All instruments, concepts, and vocals composed by Markov Soroka.
Percussion & acoustic drums executed by Magnús Skúlason of Svartidauði.

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Studio Emissary by Stephen Lockhart in Reykjavik, Iceland, 2015.

To be released on LP by Fallen Empire Records, CD by I, Voidhanger Records, and cassette via Auditory Hallucinations in 2017.


Additional vocals on "The Vomiting Tchornobog" and "Non-Existence's Warmth" performed by Greg Chandler of Esoteric and Priory Recording Studio.

Saxophone on "Non-Existence's Warmth" was played by Sofia Hedman in Sweden, recorded by Alex Purkis of Craft.

Hannar Gretarson is attributed to the performance of the trumpet and cello instruments.

We hereby recognize Lillian Liu for her creative piano playing techniques and the baby grand jazz piano in Song III, "Non-Existence's Warmth."

Elizabeth Barreca & Markov Soroka are the Vomiting Choir.


Adam Burke of Nightjar Illustration is to thank for all visual paintings and arrangements of the Tchornobog entity.

Nona Limmen is responsible for the Vomitus ritual cave photography of Markov taken in Iceland, 2015.

Karmazid is the illustrator of the Tchornobog logo, 2015.

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