In the same vaults that produced Orgy, the Faint, and Marilyn Manson, Californian quartet Death Valley High summon the hard rock and roll spirits on the dance-friendly goth-industrial. Their self-proclaimed “loss of life disco” owes very much to the past due-’90s sound of these aforementioned makeup-loving organizations, but Loss of life Valley High had been also affected — both sonically and visually — by post-punk like Pleasure Department and Bauhaus, commercial like Nine In . Fingernails and Pigface, and punk like Dark Flag and Samhain. Created in Sacramento by previous Tinfed vocalist Reyka Osburn, drummer Adam Bannister, bassist Huffy Hafera, and founding guitarist Chris Sanders, DVH required its name by combining Sweet Valley Large and Tales from your Dark Part. Their debut work premiered in 2007. The Commonalities from the Loveless as well as the Undead revealed their like for horror and spooky occult pictures, as the music leaned even more toward the post-hardcore end of heaviness. 2011’s follow-up, Doom, COMPLETELY Bloom, added the expanse and strength of fellow Sacramento music group Deftones (for whom Osburn helped co-write “Lucky You” in 2003). After 2012’s Success Plan EP, DVH revealed Positive Euth. Their third record continuing their sonic progression, keeping their pop-leaning melodies and tempo while raising the concentrate on punk riffs. A complete embrace of this Orgy groove-goth audio was revealed on 2016’s CVLT [As FVK] (Minus Mind). With brand-new guitarist Daniel Ka$$hu, a reinvigorated DVH seized the commercial dance energy of their Polish Trax affects on singles like “Warm Systems” and “Ick Change.” That calendar year, they toured with main idols Eliminating Joke, Orgy, and Powerman 5000.