Death Grips have shared news of their first tour since 2019. The rap rock band is set to play North American concerts in May, September, and October 2023.
Death Grips' last project was 2019's Gmail and the Restraining Orders EP. Although they haven’t released a proper album since 2018’s Year Of The Snitch, the group have already popped up on some 2023 festival lineups, including Sick New World, Primavera Sound, and Outbreak Festival.
One leg of Death Grips' North American tour will start in May, while the other leg will start in September. Besides those previously-stated festival appearances, their 27-date outing includes headlining shows in Denver, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Austin.
Tickets for Death Grips’ newly announced headlining shows go on sale Friday, December 9 at 10:00am local time via Ticketmaster. A Live Nation pre-sale is set for tomorrow, December 8 (use access code CHEER).
In other Death Grips news, drummer Zach Hill remixed Danny Elfman’s “Kick Me” earlier this year. He also started a new band called Undo K from Hot, which released their debut album, G.A.S. Get a Star. In May of this year, Death Grips hinted at their upcoming return by sharing a brief video clip on social media. They followed up in July by bringing their 2011 EP Live from Death Valley to streaming services.
See Death Grips' tour announcement below.
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