Zach Hill

Zach Hill
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Zach Hill in 2012
Background information
Born (1979-12-28) December 28, 1979 (age 38)
Sacramento, California, United States
Genres Experimental, rock, electronic, hip hop
Occupation(s) Musician, drummer, visual artist, screenwriter, director
Instruments Drums, vocals, sampler, guitar, bass guitar, piano, synthesizer, cornet, trumpet, melodica
Years active 1999–present
Labels 5 Rue Christine, Ache, Anticon, Deathbomb Arc, Epic, Ipecac, Joyful Noise, Kill Rock Stars, Narnack, Ormolycka, Overlap, Rodriguez Lopez, Rock Is Hell, Sargent House, Sick Room, Skin Graft, Sub Pop, Suicide Squeeze, Third Worlds/ Harvest, Toad
Associated acts Bygones, Death Grips, Team Sleep, Flössin, Goon Moon, Hella, Holy Smokes, Marnie Stern, Mick Barr, Omar Rodríguez-López, Spoek Mathambo, Wavves, Janet Weiss, Matt Cameron, Ben Weinman, The I.L.Y's, Boredoms, Nervous Cop

Zachary Charles Hill (born December 28, 1979) [1] is an American multi-instrumentalist and visual artist. He is best known as the drummer and co-producer of the group Death Grips and math rock band Hella.


In addition to music, Hill is also a visual artist. He published a fully illustrated book, Destroying Yourself is Too Accessible, which included the Zach Hill and Holy Smokes album "Masculine Drugs" Released in 2004 on TNI books and Suicide Squeeze Records.

The Sacramento, California art space Fools Foundation ran an exhibition of Hill's art, titled "Poltergeist", from April 1 to 29 in 2006. Parts of the exhibit are visible in the photos accompanying Hill's article in the August 2006 issue of Modern Drummer and on the Fools Foundation website. [2]

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