“With your dark, heavy, anti-everything industrial sounds in my heart I felt invincible”
‘Gmail and the Restraining Orders’ gets a run during Warp Records’ WXAXRXP radio festival.
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This is going to sound like nothing else.
IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES
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Despite calling 2015’s ‘Jenny Death’ their final album, the duo are back with a new album.
Death Grips are back to their old tricks
Death Grips are definitely not breaking up (for now) and have taken to Facebook to announce that they have “decided to make a new Death Grips album and it will be called Bottomless Pit” The album will follow up this year’s Jenny Death and while we have no idea when we might see it, the
The ever-unpredictable Death Grips have released a new nine-track album by a group called the I.L.Y.’s, both exciting and confusing fans everywhere. As Pitchfork reports, a Twitter account reportedly associated with the Death Grips camp has shared a download link (below) for an album called I’ve always been good at true love, by the I.L.Y.’s.
The new, and possibly final album from experimental hip-hop act Death Grips has landed ahead of schedule. The full 10-track offering, entitled Jenny Death, has been posted online via the group’s YouTube channel (below), reportedly in response to a leak. “The album leaked so we’re streaming it on YouTube,” the Sacramento outfit posted on Facebook.
The end is nigh for Death Grips as they are seemingly readying the release of their final album the powers that b, sharing one of its songs On GP. the powers that b is a double LP and while we’ve already heard the first side niggas on the moon, we’re still waiting on its second
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has responded to the news that Sacramento hip-hop outfit Death Grips have broken up by taking to Twitter. The frontman says he isn’t surprised at the dissolution of Death Grips, who were slated to support NIN’s co-headline tour with Soundgarden. “Sorry everyone,” Reznor writes. “Why would I have ever
Death Grips have taken to their official Facebook page to announce they have split. The controversial Sacramento-based experimental hip-hop group had only recently announced the release of their fifth LP, The Powers That B, which they insist will still be delivered later this year. “We are now at our best and so Death Grips is