Stream Death Grips' New Album, 'Year of The Snitch'

Featuring tracks like “Ha Ha Ha,” “Little Richard,” and “Shitshow.”

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Following a two-year hiatus after the release of Bottomless Pit, the revered Sactown rap-rockers are officially back with their sixth studio album, Year of The Snitch. This after weeks of bazaar-titled teaser tracks like “Flies, “Ha Ha Ha” and “Streaky.” Not to mention this project saw the band working closely with Shrek 2 director Andrew Adamson and Tool bassist, Justin Chancellor.

Meanwhile, the Death Grips had their video for “Shitshow” (NSFW) removed from YouTube last week for violating its terms stemming from a man wiping his butt amongst other infractions.

In other related news, you can also revisit their 22-minute mix released last year called “Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber Megamix).”

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