This Horrible Chamber

Gnaw

This Horrible Chamber
Performed By Gnaw
Album UPC 678277224322
CD Baby Track ID 1362436555
Label Seventh Rule
Released 2013-10-15
BPM 146
Rated 0
ISRC QMEWG1300007
Year 2013
Spotify Plays 399
Writers
Writer Brian Joseph Beatrice
Pub Co Seventh Rule Recordings, Inc
Writer Alan Scott Dubin
Pub Co Seventh Rule Recordings, Inc
Writer Jun Mizumachi
Pub Co Seventh Rule Recordings, Inc
Writer Eric Neuser
Pub Co Seventh Rule Recordings, Inc
Writer William Thornton
Pub Co Seventh Rule Recordings, Inc
Composer Alan Scott Dubin, Brian Joseph Beatrice, Eric Neuser, Jun Mizumachi, William Thornton
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - New York

Description

Horrible things come in small packages, and this October GNAW delivers their second full length serving via Seventh Rule. A jarring, psychologically abrasive exercise in noise-scorched, audio torment.

Notes

New York's favorite malignant noise instigators and recent Seventh Rule signees, GNAW, will unleash the diseased fruit of their sonic discontent this October. GNAW is the maniacal anti-creation of Alan Dubin (Khanate, Old, O.L.D.), Carter Thornton (Enos Slaughter), Jun Mizumachi (Ike Yard), Brian Beatrice and Eric Neuser. Together they've manifested a terrifyingly claustrophobic, seven-track journey of sound where the collective sentiments of fear, trauma, rage and repugnance collide into a cathartic state of brooding, audio disease. Fittingly titled, Horrible Chamber, the follow-up to 2009's This Face, which Exclaim! proclaimed "noisy, demented and twistedly glorious," and The Obelisk crowned "extreme, experimental and sonically unpleasant," was recorded at Seizures Palace by Jason LaFarge (Swans, Akron/Family, Khanate, Angels Of Light) and mixed by Brian Beatrice at audioEngine and mastered by James Plotkin (OLD, Scorn, Khanate, Khlyst etc), with additional elements recorded by Beatrice, Dubin, Thornton, and Mizumachi in various chambers.
Comments the band in a distant shriek: "We are thrilled that Seventh Rule is about to unleash Horrible Chamber upon the masses. We have been working hard creating an extremely unique record that will make people feel ecstatic about feeling bad."

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