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No Love Deep Web

by Death Grips

No Love Deep Web by Death Grips

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No Love Deep Web

by Death Grips

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Label: Harvest Records
Death Grips released No Love Deep Web for free in 2012, violating their contract with Epic Records. But underground sensations don't stay homeless for long; Universal picked it up for retail distribution in 2013. As a brawling, possibly suicidal caricature of the male id, Stefan Burnett pushes his voice to bellowing hoarseness. "Come and get me!" he shouts, and he could just as likely be addressing Death Grips' rapidly growing cult. The music is an unrelenting assault, from the tinnitus-inducing bass drums of "No Love" to the whooping cries of "Deep Web."

About This Album

Death Grips released No Love Deep Web for free in 2012, violating their contract with Epic Records. But underground sensations don't stay homeless for long; Universal picked it up for retail distribution in 2013. As a brawling, possibly suicidal caricature of the male id, Stefan Burnett pushes his voice to bellowing hoarseness. "Come and get me!" he shouts, and he could just as likely be addressing Death Grips' rapidly growing cult. The music is an unrelenting assault, from the tinnitus-inducing bass drums of "No Love" to the whooping cries of "Deep Web."

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About This Album

Death Grips released No Love Deep Web for free in 2012, violating their contract with Epic Records. But underground sensations don't stay homeless for long; Universal picked it up for retail distribution in 2013. As a brawling, possibly suicidal caricature of the male id, Stefan Burnett pushes his voice to bellowing hoarseness. "Come and get me!" he shouts, and he could just as likely be addressing Death Grips' rapidly growing cult. The music is an unrelenting assault, from the tinnitus-inducing bass drums of "No Love" to the whooping cries of "Deep Web."