Posted on: February 14, 2013 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Guinness World Record holder, Dollar Baby director (Stephen King’s short film program), and the first artist to premiere a virtual musical one-man show (Soul Photography, 2009 via the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival) celebrates his 1993 creation, Darksoul Theatre™ and becomes a certifiable Count.

St. Petersburg-born writer, publisher of The Testament of Solomon (found on Amazon), actor (see IMDb) and creator of the Darksoul Theatre™ since age 13 ( celebrates the twentieth anniversary of Darksoul performance art by announcing a new show to premiere in Los Angeles on June 15th, a new feature length documentary about the art-form, and becomes Count of the “smallest country on Earth”.

Psychological Antidotes and Soul Prescriptions is the title of the upcoming full-length documentary film, digital and physical album & live show, premiering at the 4th annual Hollywood Fringe Festival ( on June 15th, 2013.

Tank also becomes Count of the Principality of Sealand, “the smallest country on Earth”. For an interesting article about the Principality/Micronation, see the New York Times article “All Hail Sealand” by Frank Jacobs (publish date: March 20th, 2012). Tank’s certificate states, “The Principality of Sealand Royal Family is proud to accept Count Mikhail Tank into our ranks of Nobility.”

Tank will additionally reveal a museum-quality artwork and celebrate his recent Trademark acceptance for the Darksoul Theatre in the near future.

Check out Mikhail’s 20+ Darksoul Theatre™ music & soundtrack releases through digital retailers such as iTunes as well as physical CD’s, DVD’s and books via Amazon worldwide, including his latest work, the Vancouver-performed, Power of Rejection.

“The concept of failure does not exist to me. Do what you love and enjoy your Soul’s content. I hear often from fans that I inspire them to fly in life and that makes me even more happy.” says Tank.

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Mikhail Tank (photo by Anthony Mongiello)
Mikhail Tank (photo by Anthony Mongiello)










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