Industrial-infected noise-maligned deviants GNAW are pleased to join the Seventh Rule Recordings family for the release of their upcoming new studio creation of chaos.
GNAW is the sawblade-wrapped-in-razorwire brainchild of Alan Dubin (Khanate, Old, O.L.D.), Carter Thornton (Enos Slaughter), Jun Mizumachi (Ike Yard), Brian Beatrice and Eric Neuser. Their 2009 Conspiracy Records debut, This Face, described as a “genre destroying journey,” incorporated pounding percussion, factory noise, chordal slabs of guitar and bass, homemade electro-acoustic instruments and Dubin’s legendarily scathing vocal craftings. Having assaulted music hordes domestically and abroad over the last four years, the collective will finally unleash their sophomore offering titled, Horrible Chamber, later this year.
Comments the band on joining Seventh Rule: “We are excited to join the Seventh Rule family and to be among the other genre bending, ear-destroying bands that this highly respected label continues to unleash.”
Adds Seventh Rule head Scott Flaster: “GNAW is my go-to tincture of heaviness, dissonance, and fire! It’s only fitting to have them amongst the Seventh Rule family.”
Further info on Horrible Chamber will be divulged in the coming weeks. Until then, suffer.