Death Grips continue being not broken up, announce European tour

Death Grips continue being not broken up, announce European tour

Falling down the Bottomless Pit, we resign ourselves to change in an unchanging circumstance. Biological processes continue without interruption, except now, we’re eminently aware of our gradual decomposition, because our external bodies are doing nothing besides flailing and falling eternally. The pit’s assumed to be cylindrical and pitch black, save an exact light (with an unknown source) surrounding our bodies. But what if the falling was accompanied by a view of the civilizations that remain on solid ground? Plainly the ultimate choice of the hidden humans handling the handles attached to the earth’s foundational cogs, interaction is then strictly one-way and a choice of the people looking inward at the downward-falling. Throw us a Twinkie so that we may continue living outside of life itself.

A comeback despite their expressed intentions! How much longer can MC Ride, Zach Hill, and Andy Morin supplant the falling pit with a fighting one? It’s a question with no definitive answer, to be sure, and those who have been snatched to a relatively stationary position should feel motivated to realize an existentialist perspective. This might be temporary. I’d better get in there.


10.13.16 - Dublin, Ireland - The Academy
10.14.16 - Glasgow, UK - Saint Luke’s
10.16.16 - Manchester, UK - Academy 3
10.17.16 - London, UK - Village Underground
10.18.16 - London, UK- Village Underground
10.19.16 - Brighton, UK - Coalition
10.21.16 - Krakow, Poland - Unsound Festival
10.22.16 - Bristol, UK- Simple Things Festival
10.24.16 - Prague, Czech Republic - Meet Factory
10.25.16 - Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefaehrlich
10.26.16 - Cologne, Germany - Stadtgarten
10.27.16 - Berlin, Germany - Berghain
10.30.16 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
10.31.16 - Brussels, Belgium - AB Box

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