DEATH VALLEY HIGH Crafts Industrial for the Masses with New Album CVLT [AS FVK]4:34 PM
"The new face of Goth Rock"- Outburn Magazine, July 2016
With one listen it's clear - with a new movement of industrial on the rise, DEATH VALLEY HIGH stands at the forefront with an offering of the catchiest, most unforgettable songs of their career.
Pre-order your copy of CVLT [AS FVK] now via Bandcamp. Amazon and iTunes pre-orders are coming soon.
DEATH VALLEY HIGH is wasting no time releasing their first single from CVLT [AS FVK], entitled "Warm Bodies"! Take a listen to this goth-pop earworm, exclusively via Alternative Press, right now: altpress.com/features/entry/death_valley_high_premiere_new_single
"Warm Bodies" struts along on a creaky synth and deliciously danceable riff. It quickly snaps into an unshakable vampiric declaration "We need warm bodies."
"It doesn't matter if you're an animal, a salesman, a preacher or whatever, you need warm bodies," singer Reyka Osburn said. "If you look at it from a horror perspective, vampires need warm blood or it tastes rancid. Sex is all about warm bodies. It's all encompassing. I like that duality."The DEATH VALLEY HIGH boys have always incorporated a gothic sensibility, but they fully embrace it on CVLT [AS FVK].
"The tours we've done and the fan attention we've received made us look inward and ask, 'What do people respond to about us?'," Reyka said. "We could see how the crowd reacted. That definitely had an impact in shaping our next musical evolution. At the same time, we wanted to reinterpret our inspirations and influences in an original way."Producer Ulrich Wild originally reached out to the band and the friendship-pairing was instantaneous.
"Ulrich was the perfect producer to capture this time in our musical mutation. He welcomed any Frankenstein ideas we had, and made them work; even if it meant the ideas didn't come to life the first few times around," Reyka said.
He said, "We wanted to make an album of songs you feel in your gut and that make you get up and move. This has a take the night back vibe. We're inviting you to the party."
Stay tuned for more tracks, videos and beyond coming from DEATH VALLEY HIGH leading up to their November 4 release of CVLT [AS FVK].