Horrible Chamber, the latest long player from New York avant noise instigators GNAW, was unleashed earlier this month via Seventh Rule on CD and LP. To celebrate its unveiling Seventh Rule, in collaboration with the band, have created an ultra-limited, white label version of this release.
Each cover is handmade and acrylic/plasterdust hand painted by GNAW member Carter Thornton.These are limited to four copies total and the only way you can get one is to enter this contest!
To win a copy of this record, email Seventh Rule at: email@example.com with your full name and address.
Entry deadline is October 31 at Midnight PST. Four winners will be drawn shortly thereafter. Only one entry per person and PLEASE make sure to use a legitimate email address we can contact you with in case you win. Good luck!
The ominous anti-design of Alan Dubin (Khanate, Old, O.L.D.), Carter Thornton (Enos Slaughter), Jun Mizumachi (Ike Yard), Brian Beatrice and Eric Neuser, on Horrible Chamber GNAW manufactures nasty, nerve-wracking sound orgies where the cumulative sensations of dread, trauma, wrath and repugnance crash into a disturbingly cathartic state of ominous, audio disease.
“Horrible Chamber arrived in mid-October, just as plastic ghouls began to populate small-town storefronts and black-cat cutouts arrived in little front yards. Those fake boogeymen remind us annually of the horror of haunting and the tingle of danger. Gnaw get beyond all that, pushing their tirades and tales to the point where actual destruction seems just beyond the door.” – Pitchfork
“Part horrifying ambient-noise-terrorism and part doom-metal slash and burn…” – Noisey
“Whether it’s Dubin’s voice, the abrasive edge on the guitars or the insectile whirr of machinery that repeatedly surfaces, there’s an intensity here that is as hard to absorb as it must have been to maintain – the sparser sections are pregnant with so much tension that they hardly register as breathers… an engrossing and affecting listen. It brings to light something typically kept buried in the subconscious and in its meeting of the physical and the mental, it offers something that few bands would even look for, let alone manage to convey.” – The Sleeping Shaman
“The combination of slowly-slammed guitar, bass, and drums with terror-torn vocals and other-dimensional sounds makes for a chilling encounter. This is the soundtrack to your own private horror flick, one where the visual aspect is induced by the music.” – Ghost Cult
“…a stark, intimate, frenetic work of raw emotive power and sonic precision. Enter if you dare.” – Unhinged Music