Death Grips ‎– Bottomless Pit - 2016 Industrial Experimental Hip Hop LP

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Death Grips ‎– Bottomless Pit

Harvest ‎– 2547914521, Third Worlds ‎– 2547914521
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
29 Jul 2016
Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock
Hardcore Hip-Hop, Rhythmic Noise, Experimental


A1 Giving Bad People Good ideas
Guest, Vocals – Clem Creevy

A2 Hot Head

A3 Spikes
A4 Warping
A5 Eh
A6 Bubbles Buried In This Jungle


B1 Trash
B2 Houdini
B3 BB Poison
B4 Three Bedrooms In A Good Neighborhood
B5 Ring A Bell
B6 80808
B7 Bottomless Pit



Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Third Worlds, LLC
Copyright (c) – Third Worlds, LLC
Copyright (c) – E.T.O.T Publishing
Copyright (c) – a2b2 Publishing
Copyright (c) – then this that Publishing
Manufactured By – Harvest Records (8)
Distributed By – Harvest Records (8)
Engineer – Geoff Neal, Morgan Stratton
Guitar – Nick Reinhart
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (Scanned): 602547914521
Barcode (Printed): 6 02547 91452 1
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 2547914521-A
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 2547914521-B

" Death Grips draw heavily on abrasive styles, but the group are arguably at their most lethal when they're hijacking popular tastes, as they did on 2012’s The Money Store, and as they do here. With their stacked guitar riffs, dissonant samples, and glitchy percussion, “Spikes” and “Three Bedrooms In A Good Neighborhood” invoke an alternate history where hip-hop and metal fusion didn't dead-end into visions of Fred Durst’s punchable mug. The EBM-flavored “80808” supercharges a house-y backbeat with additional crackles and pops; the choruses expand that texture, dialing up the voltage until the synths alight in an arc flash. The most straightforward of these standouts is “Eh,” a rap song anchored in glimmering, burbling synths that dart in and out of the bass drums’ margins. Unmoved by the giddy surroundings, Burnett deadpans his morbid imagery with unusual calm, as if a tranquilizer dart struck him mid-verse: “Catch me hanging from my noose like ehhhh,” he yawns, stretching out the final syllable like putty.

MC Ride has long been regarded as Death Grips’ anchor, both onstage and off: a privilege largely owed to a pair of vocal cords which never seem to tire, even as the man screams himself sick. On Bottomless Pit he offers his most athletic performance to date, double-dutching over fallen power on “80808,” bobbing and weaving over Krautrock shards on “Ring A Bell,” and howling out in agony as the machines draw and quarter him on “Warping.” It’s not all gloom-and-doom, however; “Bubbles Buried in this Jungle” and “Trash" showcase a seething monotone delivery that taps into the absurd, comedic undertones buried in this madcap project. " ( pitchfork)

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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black