Death Grips give away surprise album 'Government Plates' for free - listen

The band announced their third LP via their Facebook page

Death Grips give away surprise album 'Government Plates' for free - listen

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Death Grips are giving away their new, surprise album, 'Government Plates', for free.

The band announced the release via their Facebook page earlier this evening (November 13), with two links to download the LP here and here. You can also listen to the album via SoundCloud. Scroll down to hear the record.

The 'Government Plates' tracklisting is:

'You might think he loves you for your money but I know what he really loves you for it's your brand new leopard skin pillbox hat'
'Anne Bonny'
'Two Heavens'
'This is Violence Now (Dont get me wrong)'
'Birds'
'Feels like a wheel'
'Im Overflow'
'Big House'
'Government Plates'
'Bootleg (Dont need your help)'
'Whatever I want (Fuck who's watching)'




Last year, the band became embroiled in a public spat with their former label Epic Records after they self-leaked their album 'No Love, Deep Web' online before its release. The group were eventually dropped in November 2012. In July of this year they announced that they had set up their own record label, Thirdworlds.

'Government Plates' follows last year's 'The Money Store' and 'No Love, Deep Web' as well as 2011's 'Exmilitary' mixtape.

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