Horrible Chamber

by Gnaw

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Keenan Johnston
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Keenan Johnston Some of the most agonized vocals you'll hear in extreme music courtesy of Alan Dubin (formerly of Khanate and OLD) over a roiling mire of industrial noise and doom. With that said most of these songs are relatively sparse, fueling an uncomfortable ambiance that peaks on the final track. As far as noise/metal hybrids go, GNAW is a standout. Favorite track: This Horrible Chamber.
Christopher Dorsey
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Christopher Dorsey a more accessible version of Khanate, but just as harrowing and sadistic. alan dubin's vocals have room to breathe and expand here from more than just sinister shrieking. song structures are compact but feel sprawlingly massive at the same time. would love to witness them live. Favorite track: Humming.
William Wright
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William Wright A truly terrifying, electronic/experimental approach to doom metal. Favorite track: This Horrible Chamber.
Joe Wipp
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Joe Wipp Bleaker than hell and noisy sludge soaked industrial drone. Practically a stripped down Khanate. Favorite track: Vulture.
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    Horrible things come in small packages, and this October GNAW delivers their second full length serving titled "Horrible Chamber" on CD and LP via Seventh Rule Recordings.

    The band has chewed through venues across the US and Europe since their debut LP ("This Face" from 2009 on Conspiracy Records) and the extra length in the teeth is immediately evident in the new material. While the debut was fashioned almost exclusively from basement experimentation and assemblage, "Horrible Chamber" evidences the band in the studio pounding through live material just as often as building sounds and textures from scratch.

    Audial signposts along the way include Swans, Autopsy, Diamanda Galas, Black Sabbath, and children's music as well as previous projects by the band personnel and contributors: Khanate, OLD, Ikeyard, & Burning Witch.

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Horrible things come in small packages, and this October GNAW delivers their second full length serving titled "Horrible Chamber" on CD and LP via Seventh Rule Recordings.

The band has chewed through venues across the US and Europe since their debut LP ("This Face" from 2009 on Conspiracy Records) and the extra length in the teeth is immediately evident in the new material. While the debut was fashioned almost exclusively from basement experimentation and assemblage, "Horrible Chamber" evidences the band in the studio pounding through live material just as often as building sounds and textures from scratch.

Audial signposts along the way include Swans, Autopsy, Diamanda Galas, Black Sabbath, and children's music as well as previous projects by the band personnel and contributors: Khanate, OLD, Ikeyard, & Burning Witch.

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released January 20, 2014

Mastered By – James Plotkin

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