Death Grips is an American experimental hip hop band from Sacramento, California, formed in 2010. The group consists of rapper/vocalist MC Ride (Stefan Burnett), drummer/producer/songwriter Zach Hill, and recording engineer Andy Morin. Their musical style draws on hip hop, punk rock, electronic, noise, and industrial. In 2012, The Skinny called them "the first truly important band of the twenty-first century".
The band released the mixtape Exmilitary in April 2011 and their studio debut album The Money Store the following year, both to critical acclaim. Shortly after signing to Epic Records in 2012, the group leaked their second album No Love Deep Web for free download in breach of their contract and were eventually dropped from the label. They released their third album Government Plates in 2013. Following several broken performance commitments, the group announced their "disbanding" in July 2014 along with the release of their fourth album The Powers That B. However, in March 2015 the group revealed that they "might make some more" music and later announced a world tour. Later that year, they announced their fifth official studio album titled Bottomless Pit, which was released in May 2016.