Death Grips Soundtrack/Album
2013-05-10 by Eric Greenman | 53 Comments
After already releasing two albums in 2012, Death Grips are already in the works of another album. Zach Hill, who did not tour with Death Grips in order to finish his own film, has been working on recording the new Death Grips album during the entire tour. It is unclear how progressed the album is, but it isn't Zach Hill's number one priority with his new film in the works. The film's music will all be new Death Grip's songs, but the film will have no relation with the group.

When asked about Zach's involvement in the group, the band had this to say:

"Zach is currently writing, directing and soundtracking an original feature film. The movie is of his own creation, fictionally based and not related to the group. The film will be soundtracked with all new Death Grips music. He is also working on and recording the new Death Grips album at the moment. Death Grips is Stefan. Zach. Andy. Zach is very much still in Death Grips."

The whole article/interview can be read here on Pitchwork:

http://pitchfork.com/news/50689-death-grips-to-soundtrack-feature-film-directed-and-written-by-zach-hill-working-on-new-album/
Tagged: Death Grips

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North0House2
May 10th 2013
5878 Comments


I feel like their inspiration and originality is going to take continual blows with these constant streams of albums. I'd imagine it's hard to write so many songs so quickly and still have them retain a degree of quality.

Digging: Ef - Ceremonies

Kris.
May 11th 2013
12361 Comments


havent released any good albums yet, maybe this will be different!!



probably not

Apollo
May 11th 2013
10336 Comments


fuck this shit group

sixdegrees
May 11th 2013
17207 Comments


sounds cool

Digging: Ted Nugent - Shutup&jam!

PunchforPunch
May 11th 2013
6280 Comments


sounds bad

MMX
May 11th 2013
4831 Comments


could be cool, could be bad
most likely somewhere in the middle

Anthracks
May 11th 2013
3764 Comments


"I feel like their inspiration and originality is going to take continual blows with these constant streams of albums. I'd imagine it's hard to write so many songs so quickly and still have them retain a degree of quality."

Despise this logic. If an artist is talented enough, the quality will be consistent. It's a matter of the listener either getting sick of what the band does, or having listened for the wrong reasons to begin with. The rate at which an artist creates is not culpable for any dip in quality, the artist's creativity is.

In my experiences, artists who release at a quicker rate end up being more consistent and creative. They seem to be much more passionate about the art of crafting music, instead of letting external factors impede their art.

Digging: Radio Moscow - Magical Dirt

ILJ
May 11th 2013
6712 Comments


Death grips rules fuck da h8rz

North0House2
May 11th 2013
5878 Comments


"Despise this logic."

Except it seems that their quality of music has decreased the more they put out.

bach
May 11th 2013
12913 Comments


Stoked.

Digging: Breathless - Chasing Promises

Scoot
May 11th 2013
17822 Comments


get get get get got got got got blud rush throo ma he vey hot liek poppin off da fukin bloc now gaunlet wrist slit watch bent thot bot

Digging: Unearth - Watchers of Rule

exportnow
May 11th 2013
78 Comments


Just got into this group, pumped for new material

sideburndude
May 11th 2013
2782 Comments


maybe it's gonna be like the come up and get me vid,,,,,

oldsoul
May 11th 2013
103 Comments


Can't find the appeal for these guys.

Digging: Have Mercy - A Place Of Our Own

drasticaction74
May 11th 2013
1741 Comments


AM I THE ONLY ONE AROUND HERE

that fucking loves this band?

ViralOblivion
May 11th 2013
7679 Comments


Fuck this group ugh

ILJ
May 11th 2013
6712 Comments


"
AM I THE ONLY ONE AROUND HERE

that fucking loves this band?
"

naw i jam them pretty frequently

Puzzles
May 11th 2013
3065 Comments


"I feel like their inspiration and originality is going to take continual blows with these constant streams of albums. I'd imagine it's hard to write so many songs so quickly and still have them retain a degree of quality."

Okay, well David Bowie released his three best albums from 1971-73 and three other indubitably classic albums from 1976-77. Led Zeppelin released 6 classic, influential records between 1969 and 1975, two of which were released in the same year and all were written and recorded in incredibly short periods of time. Miles Davis released two of the most influential jazz albums in the same year (1969) and then three more great albums in the next year. John Frusciante released four fantastic albums from 2004-05. The Jimi Hendrix Experience released three of most influential guitar records of all time between 1967-68. I'm noticing a recurring contrast between the most prolific and most influential artists - that's not to say that quantity = quality, the point is that certain artists and musicians can have match high output with high quality.

EyeForAnEye
May 11th 2013
1699 Comments


Needs moar cocks

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2013
4507 Comments


the film will most likely be an art-house warhol-esque 8 hour and 5 minute single shot of an erect penis

sideburndude
May 11th 2013
2782 Comments


would watch hard

MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2013
4507 Comments


the soundtrack a death gripian take on william basinski's dlp 1.1

NonApplicable
May 11th 2013
1991 Comments


I'm no fan of hip-hop, but I even I can recognize Death Grips make great music. Most interesting group in their genre IMO.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
May 11th 2013
13341 Comments


they only get better

Digging: Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright in the End

gosk8n
May 11th 2013
1054 Comments


They only get better


Digging: Objekt - Flatland

HenchmanOfSanta
May 11th 2013
1884 Comments


I was a little confused by the wording on this story. Is Zach Hill not going to be on the upcoming tour, or was he just missing on the last one? I'm seeing them on June 9 and I was hoping he'd be playing.

Digging: Run the Jewels - Run the Jewels 2

Anthracks
May 11th 2013
3764 Comments


Except it seems that their quality of music has decreased the more they put out.


They've put out three albums. The first and third are about the same quality and the second is a little bit better. Elitist exaggeration. It's not "credible" as a music critic to love everything that a band does, for whatever reason. The more albums a band puts out, the more strict reviewers become in combing for flaws, sometimes even creating them.

The only times, I find, that there are legitimate drops in recording quality, is when there is a line-up change. The other times are due to a change in motivation; perhaps they write for a larger audience as opposed to writing out of passion. Luckily, I mostly listen to bands where one or two people make all of the music so I don't have to worry much about that.

sideburndude
May 11th 2013
2782 Comments


i just wanna get angry at things

ZombieParty
May 11th 2013
383 Comments


Death grips rules fuck da h8rz [2]

EyeForAnEye
May 11th 2013
1699 Comments


Band rips forreal

Asdfp277
May 11th 2013
1184 Comments


One should consider that inspiration also comes with events and new experiences. The making of this film and the relationship of it with the music should at least give them some ideas. Given that I love their style, I'll give this a try without a doubt.

Azn.
May 11th 2013
5612 Comments


band's ok
money store held my attention for a little bit

Digging: Flying Lotus - You're Dead!

DamnVanne
May 11th 2013
1789 Comments


about two songs

Digging: Eden Circus - Marula

Tijnmans
May 11th 2013
357 Comments


How about a full tour cycle with a complete band that would be nice...

Torii
May 11th 2013
816 Comments


Fucking love this guys. I do not think they have released a bad album. Really stoked.

PaddyPooHead
May 11th 2013
367 Comments


Most exciting band in the world. Can't fucking wait.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2013
23910 Comments


man I was kind of enjoying the slowed down output from these guys, but alas, all good things must eventually come to an end

Digging: RATKING - So It Goes

nylertickel2
May 11th 2013
170 Comments


Money Store and a couple songs off Exmilitary are the only things i can get into from these guys

Anthracks
May 11th 2013
3764 Comments


Why would you enjoy less of a band? If you're listening to them too much just wait to listen to new albums or something wtf

EyeForAnEye
May 11th 2013
1699 Comments


I honestly wouldn't give a shit if MC Ride wasn't in this band though, dude pulls the weight of this group.

jjwitt
May 11th 2013
37 Comments


I get more excited about new material from these guys than any other band right now. they're just on a wholly unique level. and judging from Flatlander's remixes during their boiler room set they'll hopefully be getting back to the insanely complex production of The Money Store next time around.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2013
23910 Comments


the joke was that I hate this band

it was a useless post by me but hey I was hungover

Uranium
May 11th 2013
7239 Comments


i tried really hard to like this band because of fantano but it's failing

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
May 11th 2013
23910 Comments


dear god

drasticaction74
May 11th 2013
1741 Comments


Death Grips divides the room = hey you're an artist!

WeepingBanana
May 12th 2013
10191 Comments


I don't really hate hese guys but sometimes it makes me sad that this is what zach hill will mostly be remembered for

massasarcasm
May 12th 2013
54 Comments


"I don't really hate hese guys but sometimes it makes me sad that this is what zach hill will mostly be remembered for"

It's not as if Zach was doing anything that innovative before DG. If anything, what he's doing now is more note-worthy, although DG isn't my cup of tea, either.

FourthReich
May 12th 2013
17924 Comments


looking forward to this

ReAnimator
May 12th 2013
322 Comments


Sounds like a system blower

Digging: Sika Redem - Entheogen

WeepingBanana
May 12th 2013
10191 Comments


He's innovative in that his drumming for hella shat on my mind more than anyone else

FourthReich
May 12th 2013
17924 Comments


i can see where you are coming from weep, you can't really hear zach's contributions to death grips(barring a few songs), unless you see them live. his work on hold your horse is transcends yeah

Manet
May 13th 2013
3 Comments


I was really into Death Grips for a little while, but it got old pretty fast. I prefer the non-hip hop projects of Zach Hill. He'll probably move on to something different pretty soon.

Simsalabim462
July 8th 2013
159 Comments


I don't understand why so many people hold such a flagrant disposition for this group. It's just their nature, I guess.



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