People ain’t isht… Video: Woman Humiliates Armed Robber! In this viral clip, an unidentified woman in Colombia is seen taunting the man who attempted to rob her, turning the tables on him. She’s refusing to let the death grip
Adam Singolda is nearly an hour into explaining his sometimes frightening pitch to media companies when he decides to go full Game of Thrones. "Winter is coming," Singolda says, referring to the catchphrase from the bloody drama. "There is going to be a shake. Show More Summary
Chicago and Denver events boast Morrissey, Ween, Deftones, Death Grips, Sleater-Kinney, NAS, Rob Zombie, Refused, and many more.
(MP3 DOWNLOAD) - (PODCAST) “Death Grips can’t do that, bitch” Devon Hendryx is not afraid of pinching nerves. Over an obliterated surface of harsh, hazy samples, the artist behind JPEGMAFIA attacks controversial subjects and subjects of controversy. Show More Summary
Shirley Ann Smith was choked to death in her Salisbury, Maryland, home nine years ago by a man named Warren Lee Ballard. Her case has attracted the attention of TV One’s gripping documentary, Justice By Any Means, which features the stories of family members who have sought justice and avenged the murder of their loved... Show More Summary
Something that called itself “The Conservative Movement” died with Ted Cruz’s Presidential election campaign a few weeks ago, and I’m glad. While I know this will cause pain to some of my friends gripped in the madness of so-called “True Conservatism,” it was always a fable. A serious-minded conservative who never bought the “True Conservative” [...]Show More Summary
Death Grips have never been traditional. They’ve actively avoided it for the past five years. It’d be easy to classify their outlandish antics as publicity stunts, but that’s a dangerous train of thought, because at a certain point you’d be forced to start calling the band’s entire existence one... Continue reading
"Thom Yorke, in particular, gets very upset when I talk about them."
A sense of loss often follows our reaching the end of a gripping novel or TV series, but in games our interaction with the characters can make the feeling deeper When my son was coming to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, having avidly consumed the previous six books in the series, his progress noticeably slowed. Show More Summary
This is Death Grips 2.0.
Thanks to much cooler temperatures and even a few raindrops, firefighters say they are finally making some progress
Death Grips Bottomless Pit [Third Worlds; 2016] Rating: 2.5/5 B eyond the pale of death and a special trade agreement with Harvest/Capitol Records, there lies a new world. A Third World. It’s flesh-colored, sticky, smells like poison,...Show More Summary
Cooler temperatures are expected in the next three or four days
Officials said Sunday they reached a turning point in fighting an enormous wildfire, hoping to get a "death grip" on the blaze that devastated Canada's oil sands town of Fort McMurray amid cooler temperatures and light rain, the AP reports. Meanwhile, a massive evacuation of residents displaced by the blaze...
Canadian officials on Sunday showed some optimism for the first time that they were beginning to get on top of the country's biggest wildfire, as cooler weather and light rain stopped the blaze from growing as much as feared and winds...Show More Summary
The experimental rap group wants to "give bad people good ideas."
Death Grips just released their new album Bottomless Pit. Today, they took to their social media accounts to share the instrumentals and a cappella vocals from the record. Download them here. It's not the first time the group have made stems...Show More Summary
The day is here: Death Grips have released Bottomless Pit, their latest collection of noisy, aggressive hip-hop deconstructions. You’ve heard “Hot Head” and “Eh,” and if you dialed up their hotline you might have even previewed “Trash.” And now the whole thing is online for your feverish consumption. In addition to streaming the album below, […]
With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Starting today, Pitchfork will give you a weekly run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week's batch include long-awaited returns from ANOHNI and James Blake, the latest album from Death Grips, debuts from LUH. Show More Summary
Death Grips released their new album Bottomless Pit today, just weeks after releasing their instrumental Interview 2016 EP. The 13-track LP features the explosive single “Hot Head”. Listen below via YouTube:Death Grips, Bottomless Pit:01 Giving Bad People Good Ideas02 Hot Head03... Continue reading