Death Grips

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Man who destroyed Donald Trump’s Hollywood star was listening to Death Grips at the time

The man who destroyed Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has revealed that he was listening to Death Grips as he...

Watch Car Seat Headrest cover Death Grips’ ‘Black Paint’

Car Seat Headrest has covered Death Grips' thrashing track 'Black Paint' during a show in Quebec. The band are known for their unexpected covers, having...

Death Grips have made a new song with the director of ‘Shrek’

Death Grips have worked on a new song with the director of Shrek. The Sacramento band are set to release their new album 'Year...

Death Grips share trippy video for new song ‘Streaky’

Death Grips have shared a video for their new single 'Streaky'. Earlier this year, the band announced a new album 'Year of the Snitch' and...

Death Grips announce new album ‘Year Of The Snitch’

Death Grips have announced that their new album, titled 'Year Of The Snitch', is "coming soon". The noise-rap trio have been sharing snippets of some...

Who knew that William Shatner is a Death Grips fan?

Star Trek icon William Shatner has revealed himself to be the unlikeliest of Death Grips fans, after posting the hip hop duo's lyrics on...

Death Grips working with Tool’s bassist on their new album

Death Grips have shared another in-the-studio photo, this time confirming that they're working with Tool's bassist on their new album. The noise-rap group recently grabbed...

Death Grips are working on a new album with the director of ‘Shrek’

Death Grips have shared a photo of an unlikely studio partner - Shrek director Andrew Adamson. The Sacramento noise-rap crew shared a photo on their Instagram last...

Field Day 2017 review: Aphex Twin rules The Barn as Run The Jewels back Labour

Compared to last year’s completely sodden offering, Field Day 2017 is a sea change. Not only have the east London festival’s organisers compressed its traditional...
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