We talked to Sebastien Grainger about #DeathFromAbove's new album, Outrage! Is Now, and why they've dropped 1979 from their name so many years after adopting it due to legal pressure from James Murphy's DFA Records: "It was basically legal bullshit, label bullshit, bureaucratic bullshit. Do you want your band to have boring bureaucracy in its DNA? It felt like a boring reason to have that. It was maybe a late revelation, but you know…we kinda just went along with what was happening [at the time]. A lawyer sent me a letter, we fought against it as hard as we could…but no one seemed to want to fight with us. Everyone we worked with was like, 'Well, we gotta do what we gotta do.' It was just so lame. We just reclaimed the name, just to see what would happen." Check out the full Q&A on the site.