Choronzon is the official Journal of Martinet Press, now in its third installment and under the editorship of Satanic artist and author Erica Frevel. Featuring an interview with the Russian Satanic artist Fosco Culto, narrative by Tempel ov Blood and Aubrey Wood Basnight, articles from Danilo Coppini (L.T.J. 49), Q. 309 / V.L.F. Laboratories / Channel 309, Frater Teriminus, and Erica Frevel. Verse by Vamapalah (Temple of Night), Zoran Antonijevic and Christopher Ropes. Art from Erica Frevel, Fosco Culto, Chapel of Astaroth, Vladimir Vacovsky, Barry James Lent, Nurgul Jones, Paul Barton and Bryan Maita and featuring a cover by Konstantyn Kopacz of Warhead Art. Available now from Martinet Press, select online distributors and via special-order from your local brick-and-mortar bookseller.
Choronzon III (Amazon purchase link)
On the aftermath of the Vernal Equinox 2017 it is our pleasure to announce the relaunch of Choronzon, the official Journal of Martinet Press under the editorship and direction of the Satanic author and artist Erica Frevel. Content is now being accepted for consideration for potential inclusion in this, the third installment of Choronzon, which is scheduled for release near year’s end. Submissions can be made via email to the editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Desk of the Editor:
Martinet Press has been instrumental in providing an accessible and uncensored platform for an international cross section of underground cultists whose work affects change not only within themselves but outwardly into temporal and spiritual planes. It is my sincere intention as acting editor of Choronzon journal to assemble a collective grimoire expressed through written word, ritual, poetry, symbolism and art. It is my sacred duty in this lifetime to serve as an artistic vessel for demonic forces of the Abyss as well as to encourage the spread of frenzied Satanic devotion.
We must weaponize our spirituality and the destabilizing manifestations thereof. I anticipate this journal will be utilized by those who perceive the dark gods through an amalgamation of many strange and bloody visions. Join me in manifesting those visions into something truly terrible; a gateway for energies hostile to this world. Our adherence to the pitch black path is highly individualistic and yet, our name is legion. Redeunt Saturnia Regna.
Editor; Choronzon Journal
March 23rd, 2017 Era Horrificus
CHORONZON is the official journal of Martinet Press, and a vehicle of sinister art, prose, and devotional texts. Volume 2 includes art by Crude Azathoth, Coatlicue, Erica Frevel, Joel Hrafnsson, Laurent Braun, Sergey Kramer, Sarah Wreck, and VLF Laboratories. Written works by Aubrey W. Basnight, Asha’Shedim, A.A. Morain, AShTarot Cognatus, Danilo Coppini, Matthew Wightman, Orlog Volksgeist, Raze Books, Shadow, Somnus Dreadwood, The Black Devils, and Ying Chao.
Choronzon II (Amazon purchase link)
CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS: Martinet Press is pleased to announce an open call for submissions to be considered for inclusion in the second installation of the official Martinet Press journal CHORONZON.
We welcome any essays, art, photography, and ritual materials with a focus on dark spirituality, transgressive theology, and sinister devotion.
Deadline for submissions for consideration must be received by 1st April 2016. Submissions can be facilitated via PM through Facebook or through email sent to email@example.com
CHORONZON is the official journal of Martinet Press, and a vehicle of sinister art, prose, and devotional texts. Art by Joel Hrafnsson, VLF Laboratories, Edgar Kerval, Nestor Avalos, and Erica Frevel. Written works by Czar Azag-Kala, Frater Kafyrfos, John Hope, Aubrey Basnight, Leopold Lawrence, Yogesh Arya, and Constantine Charagma.
Choronzon I (Amazon purchase link)
CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS: Martinet Press is pleased to announce an open call for submissions to be considered for inclusion in volume one of our forthcoming journal CHORONZON. We welcome any essays, art, photography, and ritual materials with a focus on dark spirituality, transgressive theology, and sinister devotion. CHORONZON will be in print by end of October, so interested parties should aim to submit their materials by end of September. Submissions can be done via Facebook or to firstname.lastname@example.org