About a month ago, I wrote a small blurb about Zach Hill's experimental hip-hop side-project, Death Grips. A mixtape titled, Ex-Military, was released 4.26 and is available online for free. They will be releasing a proper full-length later this year. All the info, links and images below are courtesy of Third Worlds Music.
Avant hip hop group Death Grips releases free mixtape
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Intense and mysterious new avant hip hop group Death Grips has released for free download their entire recorded debut mixtape, Ex-Military. The Northern California trio featuring virtuoso drummer Zach Hill formed in December 2010 and has quickly assembled a vast collection of songs and videos.
Download full album Ex-Military HERE. Stream full album HERE.
Watch videos for several singles HERE. Download the latest video, "Guillotine" HERE.
All of Death Grips work is created in their compound THE KLINK in Northern California. Death Grips is conceived as a broadcasting system; there are no defined roles within the group and all members contribute to every aspect of the music. All Death Grips content is released via Third Worlds. Following the release of Ex-Military, Death Grips is rehearsing for live performance & finishing songs for a Death Grips full-length album, which will be issued in late summer / early fall 2011.
Artist: Death Grips
Album: Ex-Military -- FULL DOWNLOAD / STREAM
Label: Third Worlds Music
Release Date: April 26th, 2011
03. Spread Eagle Cross the Block
04. Lord of the Game (ft. Mexican Girl)
05. Takyon (Death Yon)
06. Cut Throat (Instrumental)
08. Culture Shock
10. Thru the Walls
11. Known For It
12. I Want It I Need It (Death Heated)
13. Blood Creepin
On the Web: thirdworlds.net
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