The great thing about Death Grips, other than the brutal nature of their music, is that they've somehow managed to keep in the public eye despite calling it quits back in July of 2014. Obviously a lot of that comes down to whether or not you believed their 'Death Grips is over' statement in the first place - many people didn't - but still, it seems the hype surrounding their group is far from over, especially now they're officially 'back'.

"We've decided to make a new Death Grips album and it will be called Bottomless Pit," declares the band on Facebook - sharing a new video in the process. It features footage shot in 2013 of the late Karen Black (Easy Rider, Nashville, The Great Gatsby) reading a dialogue written by Zach Hill.

"Iconic 70’s film star Karen Black passed away in August 2013," reads the description. "In February of that year, Karyn Rachtman introduced Ms. Black to Zach Hill. The two immediately hit it off. Zach had written a part for Karen for a film he was developing and gave her the pages for her scenes. Though she didn’t know how the scenes would fit into the final film, she readily agreed to read her character’s dialog on camera for Zach." Watch it below.