Gnaw is the second EP release from Florida band, Finite. It was originally released in 2007, exclusively on vinyl, but Due to the band’s limited funds it went out of print very quickly.

Finite re-released Gnaw as well as their debut EP, Send Me Your Lizards on October 27, 2010 in honor of their deceased banjo player Eldred Brown’s birthday.

Richard Elm was the main composer for the album as William Glass was coping with an addiction to prescription pain killers and Eldred brown was in rehab for a stab wound for the majority of Gnaw’s recording.

Richard Elm - Bass/Guitar/Field Recording/Percussion/Mixing/Vocals/Synthesizer/Organ/Theremin/Flute
Eldred Brown - Banjo/Drums/Piano
William Glass - Backing Vocals/Bass Drum/Guitar on track 7

(Naomi Guenther - Artwork and Backing Vocals)

Edited by [deleted user] on 4 Jan 2011, 20:14

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