Health - Disco 4: Part 2 - Vinyl
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HEALTH today announced DISCO4 :: PART II, the follow-up to 2020’s DISCO4 :: PART I, will be released on April 8TH, 2022, via Loma Vista Recordings. The 12-song LP includes their recent collaborations with Nine Inch Nails and Poppy alongside new tracks with Lamb of God, The Body, Backxwash, Perturbator, and others, and closes with a new original HEALTH single, “THESE DAYS 126.96.36.199.”.
“COLD BLOOD,” HEALTH’s thunderous first collaboration with metal titans Lamb of God, proves the band can devote themselves to a genre and detonate it all in the same track. Watch its accompanying animated video by Łukasz Rusinek HERE and pre-order DISCO4 :: PART II HERE. The band of Jacob Duzsik, John Famiglietti, and Benjamin Miller also announced a headlining album release show at L.A.’s 1720 on April 6TH and are back on the road for European dates this spring with Peturbator, Youth Code, and Maenad Veyl on select dates; a full itinerary is listed below and tickets are on-sale now.
The last two years changed music for everyone. They might have changed HEALTH for the better.
Three years after VOL.4 :: SLAVES OF FEAR, the L.A. trio’s ferocious entry into the world of heavy music, HEALTH return with the second half of their DISCO4series. A whole lot went to hell in the world in the meantime, forcing the band to re-invent how they wrote music together. For DISCO4 :: PART II they cut it fast and mean, recruiting both legends and nascent contenders of heavy music and its many peripheral genres.
"COLD BLOOD”’s blistering heaviness juxtaposed against album cuts like the raucous “PAGAN-ICONZ” (with noise-rap banshee Backxwash and the virtuosically scabrous trio Ho99o9) or the contemplative “STILL BREATHING” (co-piloted with teenage post-punk experimentalist Ekkstacy), demonstrates the breadth of HEALTH's sonic palette and ability to incorporate what heavy music looks like today and going forward.
HEALTH are not only making the heaviest, most genre-obliterating music of their career. They’re documenting just how insane it feels to be alive right now.