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Death Grips are an experimental and industrial hip hop group formed in Sacramento, California in 2010.
The group consists of Stefan Burnett aka MC Ride (vocals) and the production team Zach Hill and Andy Morin aka Flatlander.
Their live setup consists of Burnett on vocals, Morin on keyboards, and Hill on drums. The group officially formed December 21, 2010, and released its first single and video for "Full Moon (Death Classic)" on March 8, 2011.
On April 26, 2011, they released their debut album, the mixtape Exmilitary.
NBCNewYork.com called it "an intense, dark listen." On February 27, 2012 Death Grips signed with Epic and released two albums the same year.
The first official album, The Money Store, was released on April 24.
Music videos were made for the singles "Blackjack," "Get Got," and "Fever (Aye Aye)." The track "Lost Boys" was also released alone with no video accompaniment. After a month and a half long ARG involving the deep web, and a spat with Epic over its release, Death Grips leaked the album No Love Deep Web on its website on October 1st, 2012.
This resulted in someone closing down the band's website.
The band said it was done by the label which the label denied shortly. On November 13, 2013, the band spontaneously made available their third LP within two years, Government Plates.
The album was posted to their SoundCloud page and website, much like No Love Deep Web, but without any sort of lead up or prior hype bar one single released months beforehand, taking most listeners by complete surprise.