Death Grips discography

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Death Grips discography
MC Ride and Zach Hill are seen performing live.
Death Grips performing in New York City, November 2012
Studio albums 7
Compilation albums 1
Music videos 47
EPs 4
Singles 13
Mixtapes 1
Promotional singles 10
Remixes 3

American band Death Grips has released six studio albums, one compilation album, four extended plays (EPs), one mixtape, seven singles, eight promotional singles, three remixes, and 47 music videos. The band was formed by MC Ride, Zach Hill, and Andy Morin in Sacramento, California during the winter of 2010.[1] In March 2011, they released their eponymous debut EP. Their mixtape Exmilitary followed a month later and was praised by contemporary music critics.[2] Death Grips signed a record deal with Epic Records in early 2012 and their debut studio album The Money Store was released in April to critical acclaim, peaking at number 130 on the Billboard 200 chart.[3][4] Because Epic Records would not confirm a release date for their second studio album No Love Deep Web before 2013, Death Grips self-released the album in October 2012.[5] As a result of this and the ensuing conflict between the band and the record label, Death Grips was dropped by Epic Records.[6] No Love Deep Web received positive reviews[7] and topped the BitTorrent list of most-legally downloaded music, with 34,151,432 downloads.[8]

In July 2013, Death Grips launched Third Worlds, an imprint label of Harvest Records.[9] They made their subsequent releases on this label. Their third album, Government Plates, was released in November 2013, to favorable reviews.[10] Death Grips' fourth studio album, The Powers That B, is a double album consisting of two discs titled Niggas on the Moon and Jenny Death. In June 2014, Niggas on the Moon was released.[11] Between the releases of the two halves of this double album, the instrumental album Fashion Week was released in January 2015.[12] The second half, Jenny Death was highly anticipated and the complete double album was released in March 2015 to positive reviews, peaking at number 72 on the Billboard 200 chart.[13][14][15] The Powers That B was followed by an instrumental EP titled Interview 2016, released in March 2016.[16]

In May 2016, Death Grips released their fifth studio album, Bottomless Pit, which was met with positive reviews and peaked at number 193 on the Billboard 200 chart.[17] The physical vinyl release of the compilation album Fashion Week/Interview 2016 was released in November of that year. In March 2018, Death Grips released the title for their sixth studio album, Year of the Snitch, which was released in June 2018.

Albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with details, selected chart positions, and sales
Title Details Peak chart positions
US
[18]
US
Alt.
[19]
US
Heat.

[20]
US
Indie

[21]
US
Rap

[22]
US
Rock

[23]
NLD
Vinyl

[24]
UK UK
R&B
The Money Store 130 24 3 14 39 181
[29]
20
[30]
No Love Deep Web
  • Released: October 1, 2012 (Worldwide)[31]
  • Label: self-released/Harvest
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, LP[32][33]
7 22
Government Plates
  • Released: November 13, 2013 (Worldwide)[34]
  • Label: self-released/Harvest
  • Formats: Digital download, LP[35]
The Powers That B
  • Released: March 31, 2015 (Worldwide)[36]
  • Label: Third Worlds/Harvest
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, LP[37][38][39]
72 9 4 8 15 150
[40]
11
[41]
Bottomless Pit
  • Released: May 6, 2016 (Worldwide)[42]
  • Label: Third Worlds/Harvest
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, LP, cassette[43]
193 14 13 21 24
[44]
Year of the Snitch
  • Released: June 22, 2018 [45]
  • Label: Third Worlds/Harvest
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, LP
97 10 32 16 23 12
[46]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Instrumental albums

List of instrumental albums, with details
Title Details
Fashion Week
  • Released: January 4, 2015 (Worldwide)[47]
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download

Compilation albums

List of compilation albums, with details
Title Details
Fashion Week/Interview 2016
  • Released: November 25, 2016 (Worldwide)[48]
  • Label: Harvest
  • Format: 2×LP

Mixtapes

List of mixtapes, with details
Title Details
Exmilitary
  • Released: April 26, 2011 (Worldwide)[49]
  • Label: self-released
  • Format: Streamed audio

EPs

List of extended plays, with details
Title Details
Death Grips
  • Released: March 8, 2011 (Worldwide)[50][51]
  • Label: self-released
  • Format: Digital download
Interview 2016
  • Released: March 22, 2016 (Worldwide)[52]
  • Label: self-released
  • Format: Digital download
Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber Megamix)
  • Released: May 22, 2017 (Worldwide)[53]
  • Label: Third Worlds
  • Format: Digital download
Gmail and the Restraining Orders
  • Released: June 21, 2019 (Worldwide)[54]
  • Label: Third Worlds
  • Format: YouTube

Singles

Commercial singles

List of singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Full Moon (Death Classic)"[55] 2011 Death Grips
"Poser Killer" / "Fyrd Up"[56] Non-album single
"Guillotine"[57] Exmilitary
"@deathgripz"[58] 2012 Non-album single
"True Vulture"[59] Non-album single
2016 Non-album single
"Streaky"[61] 2018 Year of the Snitch
"Black Paint"[62]
"Flies"[63]
"Hahaha"[64]
"Dilemma"[65]
"Shitshow"

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"I've Seen Footage"[66] 2012 The Money Store
"Birds"[67][34] 2013 Government Plates
"Inanimate Sensation"[68] 2014 The Powers That B
"On GP"[69] 2015
"The Powers That B"[70]
"Hot Head"[71] 2016 Bottomless Pit
"Eh"[72]
"Trash"[73]

Guest appearances

List of guest appearances, showing year released, other performers, and album name
Title Year Other performer Album
"Fuck a Bitch"[74] 2014 The Bug Angels & Devils

Remixes

List of remixes, showing year released, original artist, and album name
Remixed track Year Artist Album(s)
"Sacrifice"[75][76] 2012 Björk Biophilia Remix Series
Bastards
"Thunderbolt"[75][76]
"Firestarter"[77] 2013 The Prodigy Non-album release

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director(s)
Title Year Director(s)
"Full Moon (Death Classic)" 2011 Death Grips[78]
  • "Lord of the Game"
  • (featuring Mexican Girl)
Death Grips[79]
"Culture Shock" Death Grips[80]
"Guillotine (It Goes Yah)" Death Grips[81]
"Spread Eagle Cross the Block" Terroreyes[82]
"Takyon (Death Yon)"[A] Death Grips[84]
"Beware" Death Grips[85]
"Known for It" Death Grips[86]
"Blackjack" 2012 Unknown[87]
"Get Got" Unknown[88]
"The Fever (Aye Aye)" Unknown[89]
"Hustle Bones" Death Grips[90]
"Double Helix" Death Grips[91]
"I've Seen Footage" WeAre From L.A.[92]
"World of Dogs" Unknown[93]
"True Vulture" Galen Pehrson[59]
"Come Up and Get Me" 2013 Zach Hill
Stefan Burnett[94]
"No Hands 1" Unknown[95]
"No Hands 2" Unknown[95]
"No Hands 3" Unknown[95]
"No Hands 4" Unknown[95]
"No Hands 5" Unknown[95]
"Lock Your Doors" Unknown[96]
"You Might Think He Loves You for Your Money
But I Know What He Really Loves You for It's Your Brand New Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat"
Unknown[34]
"Anne Bonny" Unknown[34]
"Two Heavens" Unknown[34]
"This Is Violence Now (Don't Get Me Wrong)" Unknown[34]
"Birds" Unknown[34]
"Feels Like a Wheel" Unknown[34]
"I'm Overflow" Unknown[34]
"Big House" Unknown[34]
"Government Plates" Unknown[34]
"Bootleg (Don't Need Your Help)" Unknown[34]
"Whatever I Want (Fuck Who's Watching)" Unknown[34]
"No Love" 2014 Death Grips[97]
"Inanimate Sensation" Unknown[68]
"On GP" 2015 Death Grips[98]
"I Break Mirrors with My Face in the United States" Unknown[99]
"The Powers That B" Unknown[100]
"Interview 2016" 2016 Sean Metelerkamp[101]
"Giving Bad People Good Ideas" Death Grips[102]
"Eh" Sean Metelerkamp[103]
"Streaky" 2018
"Flies"
"Dilemma"
"Shitshow" Zach Hill
Galen Pehrson[104]
"Death Grips Is Online"

Notes

  1. ^ When asked "Is 'Takyon' in reference to the hypothetical sub-atomic particle by the same name, purported to travel faster than the speed of light?" Flatlander responded "Yeah. We're very into science. 'Takyon' is in reference to the particle, and in-song, it's a metaphor representing the sensation of either becoming that particle or harnessing its energy."[83]

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