One of America’s most uncompromising, intense and challenging bands, Death Grips rose to fame with an experimental blend of hip-hop, noise music, punk and industrial. Formed by lead vocalist Stefan Burnett (aka MC Ride), keyboardist Andy Morin and drummer Zach Hill in Sacramento, California in 2010, the trio released their self-titled first E.P. a year later and soon built up a loyal cult following thanks to their aggressive sound, dark lyrical themes and chaotic live performances. After giving away their 2011 Exmilitary mixtape for free, the band contributed to Bjork’s remix album, Bastards, (“Sacrifice,” “Thunderbolt”), signed to Epic Records and dropped their full-length debut album, The Money Store, shortly after. Placed at number nine on Pitchfork’s Best Albums of 2012 list, the boundary-pushing record established Death Grips as one of the most fearless and provocative hip-hop acts around. However, their relationship with Epic quickly soured after the group decided to issue their sophomore, No Love Deep Web, through various filesharing websites months ahead of its official release date. After being dropped, the trio made the record available on CD and vinyl through their own Third Worlds imprint but continued to cause chaos when they failed to turn up for a scheduled performance at Lollapalooza in 2013 and cancelled all their subsequent tour dates. Featuring an unlikely guest appearance from Twilight star Robert Pattinson on the track, “Birds,” and accompanied by lo-fi videos for each of its eleven tracks, third album Government Plates then arrived at the end of the end of the same year. Despite announcing plans for a quick follow-up and a North American tour alongside Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden, Death Grips announced they had disbanded via a press statement in the summer of 2014. However, just six months later the group returned unannounced with the instrumental soundtrack, Fashion Week. Released through Capitol’s Harvest Records, The Powers That B, a double album whose first disc featured chopped-up vocal samples from Bjork, then gave the band the highest chart entry of their career when it peaked at No.72 on the Billboard 200 in the spring of 2015. The group then embarked on a world tour which included headline sets at Los Angeles’ FYF Fest and their hometown’s TBD Fest.
The Powers That B (2015)
Government Plates (2013)
No Love Deep Web (2012)
The Money Store (2012)
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5-7-15: Death Grips isn’t dead – the controversial hip hop duo has returned with a new album and an extensive tour to boot, playing a month’s worth of shows between June and July. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Death Grips tickets is $196.39. 38 dates are scheduled on the band’s summer run.
Death Grips Tour Dates
Death Grips 2015 Tour Dates
Fri 06/19/15 at The Showbox in Seattle, WA
Sat 06/20/15 at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC
Sun 06/21/15 at Roseland Theater in Portland, OR
Tue 06/23/15 at The Complex in Salt Lake City, UT
Wed 06/24/15 at Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO
Fri 06/26/15 at Granada Theatre in Lawrence, KS
Sat 06/27/15 at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN
Sun 06/28/15 at Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI
Tue 06/30/15 at Metro / Smart Bar in Chicago, IL
Wed 07/01/15 at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI
Fri 07/03/15 at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON
Sat 07/04/15 at Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre in Montreal, QC
Sun 07/05/15 at Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
Tue 07/07/15 at Webster Hall in New York, NY
Fri 07/10/15 at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA
Sat 07/11/15 at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC
Sun 07/12/15 at The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC
Tue 07/14/15 at Heaven At The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA
Wed 07/15/15 at One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans, LA
Fri 07/17/15 at Fitzgerald's in Houston, TX
Sat 07/18/15 at The Mohawk in Austin, TX
Sun 07/19/15 at Trees in Dallas, TX
Tue 07/21/15 at Sunshine Theatre in Albuquerque, NM
Wed 07/22/15 at Rialto Theatre in Tucson, AZ
Thu 07/23/15 at The Marquee in Tempe, AZ
Sat 07/25/15 at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA
Sun 08/23/15 at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, CA