Death Grips Release Album For Free Online -
Death Grips

Death Grips

Death Grips Release Album For Free Online

by Andrew Tijs on October 1, 2012

in New Music,News

Californian noise-rap trio Death Grips have defied their label and given away No Love Deep Web online.

Death Grips

Death Grips

It all began eleven hours ago, when the hyped trio posted “October 1” over and over on their Facebook. They then posted “12AM”, then “the label wouldn’t confirm a release date for NO LOVE DEEP WEB until ‘next year sometime’. the label will be hearing the album for the first time with you.”

After that, they posted a photo of frontman MC Ride standing on the edge of a balcony, then a 13-song tracklist, then a series of links to download the album for free (something they did with their first mixtape Exmilitary).

You can grab a zip file from their Third Worlds site (warning: the cover is a photo of an erect penis with the album name written on it), or listen to the whole thing on YouTube. Or you can check out the tunes below (with the penis censored).

It’s their second album this year, after the critically-acclaimed The Money Store, and the band are playing the Big Day Out next year.

Remember, if you haven’t heard them before, they’re rather NSFW and pretty intense.

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