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The NecronomiCon Sessions


Release Date: 09 October 2019

Format: Digital



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NecroVox I [6:02]

NecroVox II [3:55]

NecroGuitar I [4:46]

NecroGuitar II [2:39]

NecroGuitar III [5:08]

NecroGuitar IV [5:37]

NecroGuitar V [4:51]

NecroGuitar VI [2:45]

NecroGuitar VII [3:28]

Unreliable 01 [2:40]

Unreliable 02 [2:24]

NecroGuitar VIII [4:29]

NecroGuitar IX [6:16]

NecroGuitar X [4:03]

Necroguitar XI [3:19]

NecroGuitar XII [3:03]

NecroGuitar XIII [3:57]

NecroGuitar XIV [4:18]


In Dr. Hyatts Black Book Omega, P. Emerson Williams is described as a Necrofuturist Highwire Artist, reflecting a philosophical and spiritual approach that is out of the ordinary. He is also the driving force behind Choronzon and Veil Of Thorns, and is half of the core duo behind kkoagulaa. P. Emerson Williams can often be found adding elements of his sonic alchemy as a spice to projects from Sleep Chamber, Manes and more extensively as half of the creative core of kkoagulaa. Other recent collaborations include Ethernal, Mark Cunningham, Dead Skull and appearances on releases from Lethe. P. Emerson Williams has toured with Jarboe throughout Europe and at DARK MOFO in Hobart, Tasmania for a special performance on a night that included JG Thirlwell and Chelsea Wolfe, Wave Gotik Treffen 2017, and created and performed several finctions at a special multimedia performance at NecronomiCon 2019.

As a core member of UK theatrical company FoolishPeople, P. Emerson Williams took on many aspects of productions in London in partnership with Secret Cinema and Guerrilla Zoo, which yielded the albums A Red Threatening Sky, The Abattoir Pages, and Cirxus, collections of soundscapes, sound design, and scores. On top of all this, Williams was in the cast as both voice and live actor as characters ranging from the demon Choronzon to a half dozen members of a Manchester United message board for the audio production of Forum.