Following the recent Translation Loss release of the devastating third LP "Cutting Pieces," New York City avant/experimental outfit Gnaw has just issued a new video for the album's "Fire," through a premiere at Revolver Magazine at this location, or just simply in the player above.
The video for "Fire" sees Gnaw's scathing tune delivered through the bleak, unique visuals and direction of Roman Urodovskikh, a multimedia artist of Russian descent who currently lives and works in Montreal, Canada. A burnt and barren landscape depicts an ominous, multi-perspective view of certain demise for the animated characters.
The band offers of the video: "Roman Urodovskikh really captured the spirit of the song. Alan [Dubin] stumbled across Roman's work while going down the rabbit hole on a YouTube/Vimeo animation binge and immediately knew that his unique style of dark animation would be a perfect match for a GNAW music video. 'Fire' has somewhat less of a straightforward structure than the rest of the album and leans more towards intense free-jazz and noise with an industrial tinge."