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New Song "Rat" Available From Gnaw

As Translation Loss Records prepares "Cutting Pieces," the third LP by New York City-based Gnaw for release at the end of the month, No Clean Singing has undertaken the task of issuing the album's lead track, "Rat" which you can check out over here, or simply by staying here and clicking the player below.

Gnaw was created by vocalist Alan Dubin following the dissolution of Khanate. Closing a four-year gap since the acclaimed second album, "Horrible Chamber," Gnaw's "Cutting Pieces" dredges forth some of the outfit's most unnerving audio assaults yet. The seismic atrocities and haunting intricacies on "Cutting Pieces" leaves an instantly damaging, long-lasting impression, their cumulative decimation producing some of the outfit's most cinematic terror to date.

Gnaw commented on the new single, "'Rat' was conceived in individual heliocentric hallucinations as we each submerged ourselves in separate self-deprecation chambers. We feel it is a perfect album lead-off song. It's visual. It feels like an entrance to a dark recess."

Translation Loss will release "Cutting Pieces" on LP, CD, and digital formats on October 27th; find pre-orders over at this location.

Check out "Rat" here:

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