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Cutting Pieces

Gnaw

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1.1
Rat
Gnaw
4:14
1.2
Septic
Gnaw
6:07
1.3
Wrong
Gnaw
7:31
1.4
Prowled Mary
Gnaw
3:48
1.5
Extended Suicide
Gnaw
5:46
1.6
Fire
Gnaw
7:35
1.7
Triptych
Gnaw
10:26
Total Playing Time    45:27
“Gnaw’s brand new studio album, Cutting Pieces, is a return to the deranged and horrifying world that is the band’s music. [The band] lays out an uncomfortable barrage of sound that will crawl under listener’s skin, having them pick away with anxiety.”
- Michael Pementel, New Noise Magazine

NYC-based experimental/noise metal outfit GNAW present their third studio album Cutting Pieces, a harrowing seven-track effort of seismic atrocities, haunting intricacies and cinematic terror. With a revolving door of experimental instruments including a homemade light oscillator, this album also features Stefania Alos Pedrettit of OvO and saxophonist Antoine Chessex.

“Septic is one of the faster tunes on the album. The guitars sound like razors and the ending is utterly creepy. We’re honored to have Stefania from OvO on it thickening up the chorus with her unique cave-woman like voice.”
- GNAW
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