Tchornobog
Tchornobog


4.5
superb

Review

by tyler USER (9 Reviews)
July 27th, 2017 | 85 replies


Release Date: 2017 | Tracklist

Review Summary: explode, reverse and violate

At first glance, the design of a man Markov Soroka seems daunting. Tchornobog. With its four tracks larger than life, the massive and surrealist work adores Adam Burke. Inside, music is a very powerful and impenetrable cover of black metal, death metal and funeral doom styles, with guest characters in the heavyweight genre such as Magnús Skúlason from Svartidauði on drums and Greg Chandler from Esoteric Give additional votes. But listen, there is an instant sensitivity to music that feels good. Welcome In this twist, the cyclic vision of the vision of the cyclic mass to direct the music together, a known handrail, to direct the listener by movements that are immediately joyful despite the original image of the staff.

This is an obsolete Tchornobog density as shown. The sound is heavy and thick textures and defines the instrument in the team, but as the production is mixed and mastered thanks to these tangled components, they leave their ears blurry and soft despite the indelible sound weight. This leaves a feeling of contrast to form atmospheric meditation, so that each mixture apparently seems unchanged for up to twenty minutes. And with each track varying between 1020, it is incredible that none of them creates or develops or culminates its apogee. Each of the four wraps of Tchornobog wrapped and packaged with a similar fat blend, often moves repeatedly with a change before returning to a previous passage, all with the same psychedelic hold. In listening attentively, it is easy to understand how a song will make these changes, but the best experience passively, where each riff and drums howl life and give themselves a detailed and fascinating case.

In all its psychedelic and anti-entropic orientation, Tchornobog creates a whirlwind of contrasting aspects of shaping music. On the one hand, it is almost proportional to the approach of long composition, but the misty atmosphere and the intangible layer make it fresh and inviting to hear more, to repeat constantly and introspectively intense. In many respects, Tchornobog is separated from the listener, his own apparatus, only occupied by his own folding process. But this distance allows the listener to find his own rhythms and repetitive passages to stop and consume his running time. Tchornobog is the last thought of the soundtrack and an individual and contemplative experience.



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Tyler.
July 27th 2017


19027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

not fixing the error in summmary

Tyler.
July 27th 2017


19027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

please give me tips so i can improve as a writer : ]

Ovrot
July 27th 2017


13304 Comments


technoborg is a sweet name m/

Pon
Emeritus
July 27th 2017


6032 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"But listen, there is an instant sensitivity to music that feels good." - HasanMedia

tempest--
July 27th 2017


20634 Comments


did you translate to another language then back to english to post this lol

Tyler.
July 27th 2017


19027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

no i merely improved it

Astral Abortis
July 27th 2017


6731 Comments


What

Astral Abortis
July 27th 2017


6731 Comments


Not particularly

tempest--
July 27th 2017


20634 Comments


At first glance Markoff magpie odnomangiysky project looks intimidating. Tchornobog. Large truck, Adam Bark's large and surreal work, with its four big ones than decorating its cover. In the music, such as drums Magnus · Scarason Svartidauði etc. It is very powerful and impermeable to cover metal death metal, and funeral death, of nonferrous metal style with the function of genre heavyweight guest, and Greg Esoterik Chandler offers additional vocals. However, there is immediate sensitivity to listening, warm-hearted music. But, welcome. In this agony, cyclopean weight is a goal of tunnel vision to manage music along the familiar railings guide guide listeners through exercise that is reflected instantly, despite the initial image of that area.

ianblxdsoe
July 27th 2017


1921 Comments


legendary

Tyler.
July 27th 2017


19027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

My prose may explode, reverse and violate grammatical and structural rules, but I think English is more fun when you fuck it the way it works. There is nature to contradict the language, it seems to have a lot of rules, totally random, so I treat them unpretentiously in many cases.

Astral Abortis
July 27th 2017


6731 Comments


At first lamps, the designation of then man of Makro Magducks smells frightening. Tchornobog. With his flour tricks, bigger than loaf, a massive and surrey word adores Adam Borke. Inside, music is a volley powerful and penetrable counter of harry styles of black metal, death music and funereal presence, with charmanders in a difficult gender such as Magnus Stormwind from Svartrog on drums and Chandler Monica from Friends. Give additional voorhees. But listen, there is instinct sensibility to mutons that flips god. Welcome to the jungle, a cynical visions of cyclones mass effect to gloat the mutons together, a famous ghost railroad to glide the listener with moments that are intimidatingly honey joys, respite the origami of the wand.

Pon
Emeritus
July 27th 2017


6032 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I understand your desire to "underwrite" this review. One could write 10000 words, but that seems beside the point when the music so incisively directs complicated emotions into such simple(?), comforting(!) tunes. A bear hug of a record from a porcupine of a band.

EphemeralEternity
July 27th 2017


4342 Comments


pls don't assume the listeners gender, even if a female has never come within 50ft of this album or its band members.

parksungjoon
July 27th 2017


47235 Comments


"technoborg is a sweet name m/"

i thought it was a reference to chernobog from the 1997 dos game blood at first

parksungjoon
July 27th 2017


47235 Comments


5 mins in and im diggin it gonna have to give this a thorough check at some point

LifeFeedsOnLife
July 27th 2017


598 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think I'll just go watch another Let's Play of Vietnamese Pokemon Crystal, or something...

Mort.
July 27th 2017


25674 Comments


gr8 review, such a torrent of beautiful words

hansoloshotfirst
July 27th 2017


1580 Comments


transcendent review. you have the best words. sdrow tseb eht evah uoy. weiver tnednecsnart. baskinitsotherwordlybeauty!

Conmaniac
July 27th 2017


27694 Comments


im dying holllllyyy



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