New Death Grips Track
2012-09-11 by Eric Greenman | 19 Comments
Death Grips released a new track through Adult Swim entitled "@deathgripz". Death Grips is supposedly setting up for a new album release later this year entitled "No Love Deep Web".
http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/14201-deathgripz/
Tagged: Death Grips

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livingisland
September 11th 2012
527 Comments


The song was cut from The Money Store

combustion07
September 11th 2012
5420 Comments


Pretty good track

GringoSuave89
September 11th 2012
1071 Comments


Fun stuff

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breakingthefragile
September 11th 2012
2973 Comments


That was okay. It didn't really go anywhere or do anything though.

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RosaParks
September 11th 2012
15200 Comments


agreed with breaking

PuddlesPuddles
September 11th 2012
4787 Comments


Such a modern track title
They really understand my life


Song's not too good, a bit dragging and uneventful. Then, just realized it was overall annoying

moderndaydrool
September 11th 2012
322 Comments


sang rahks

elephantREVOLUTION
September 11th 2012
2805 Comments


meh. i'm excited for their new album though

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fuckthatnoise
September 11th 2012
1479 Comments


The track is supposedly set for the new album release later this year entitled "No Love Deep Web".


they already confirmed that it's not. this is a money store b-side.

songs's okay. probably one of my least favorite DG tracks thus far.

jayfatha
September 11th 2012
2882 Comments


Too subtle sounding for a Death Grips song, needs to be more massive. That beat during the hook was cool though

eternium
September 11th 2012
16345 Comments


It's a b-side.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
September 11th 2012
24166 Comments


"@deathgripz"...seriously? damn this band is so gay. and I listen to La Dispute ok.

SGGreenman
September 11th 2012
851 Comments


sorry about the false info. its fixed now.

Funeralopolis
September 11th 2012
12013 Comments


love the money store but was pretty meh on this.

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IrrationalAnimal
September 11th 2012
78 Comments


this track really spiked my hopes for the new album- loved the money store but i couldn't picture any smooth shift in style. i know it's a b-side but i think it's pretty decent, and it proves yet again that death grips aren't limited to one sound only

North0House2
September 12th 2012
5894 Comments


I want them to make an acoustic album with some soft croons.

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808muzik
September 12th 2012
975 Comments


I like this. And I hated Money Store, which is surprising. Maybe I should revisit...

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Jellingman
September 12th 2012
357 Comments


Pumped for No Love Deep Web.

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
September 13th 2012
22167 Comments


pretty good



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