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Alt-Goth Pop Rockers DEATH VALLEY HIGH Release NSFW “Warm Bodies” Mini Horror Flick!

Alternative goth rockers DEATH VALLEY HIGH are just under two months shy of releasing their most advanced record yet, CVLT [AS FVK], out November 4 via Minus Head Records. Produced by Ulrich Wild, recognized for his work with top rock and metal artists Deftones, White Zombie, Dethklok and others, CVLT [AS FVK] promises new wave/dance beats, cinematic rock instrumentation and gritty, sensual pop hooks amidst it’s 12 solid anthems.

DEATH VALLEY HIGH‘s pop-sensibility and macabre energy are what set them apart from the pack, and their single “WARM BODIES” hits upon both facets. As vocalist/guitarist Reyka Osburn told Alternative Press at the time of the track’s original premiere, “It could be said that “WARM BODIES” expresses a ‘people need people’ sentiment, but that’s only at its core. The song does start with this universal hunt for vitality, but it in the end, it lures itself into a deep, carnal feeding frenzy for life.”

What better way to portray the need for warm bodies than by way of a horror film! That was the stance DEATH VALLEY HIGH took when creating the new highly-NSFW music video for “WARM BODIES”, which presents itself as a mini horror flick sprinkled with casual drug use, sexual vigor and plenty of undead attacks met with equal human fury.

The “WARM BODIES” video was directed by Brain Cox at Flarelight Films (All Hail the Yeti, Hollywood Undead, Gemini Syndrome).

Osburn comments, “We wanted the video for “WARM BODIES” to have some unexpected turns so that the viewer would have their expectations abruptly altered while watching. We sought to make sure some of the video was filmed in black and white so that the mind-altering state of our lead characters would translate to the viewer once it changed to color – like watching a campy old horror film that turns into an 80’s action film. We intentionally chose to not include band performance footage or images so we could really get the story concept across, although, if you keep a keen eye during the mini movie, you might catch a glimpse of our scary faces.”

Pre-orders for CVLT [AS FVK] are now available via Amazon and iTunes, the latter of which includes both “WARM BODIES” & “GROEI DONKER (GROW DARK)” as instant grat tracks with your pre-order. You can also stream “WARM BODIES” now via Spotify.

CVLT [AS FVK] track listing:
1. SUNSHINE CLEANERS
2. WARM BODIES
3. PSALM BITCH
4. ICK SWITCH
5. PLAY DEAD
6. GROEI DONKER (GROW DARK)
7. THE BAD BOOK
8. MERCI [FVKT]
9. 12:13 [AS MANY FVKS]
10. FLOWERS FOR AMY DEVILLE
11. TIPTOE THRU THE 2 CRYPTS
12. THERE WAS AN OLD LADY

With one listen it’s clear – DEATH VALLEY HIGH‘s CVLT [AS FVK] stands at the forefront with an offering of the catchiest, most unforgettable songs of the band’s career. DEATH VALLEY HIGH has always incorporated a gothic sensation, but they fully embrace it on CVLT [AS FVK]. Since the release of 2013’s Positive Euth, DEATH VALLEY HIGH has logged over two years on the road, touring alongside everybody from Mindless Self Indulgence and (Crosses) to Filter, Orgy and Vampires Everywhere! These experiences left a permanent imprint on the band.

 

Stay tuned for more coming from DEATH VALLEY HIGH leading up to the November 4 release of CVLT [AS FVK].

 

DEATH VALLEY HIGH online:
www.deathvalleyhigh.com
www.facebook.com/deathvalleyhigh
www.twitter.com/deathvalleyhigh
www.deathvalleyhigh.bandcamp.com

 

DEATH VALLEY HIGH is:
Reyka Osburn – vocals, guitar
Adam Bannister – drums
Huffy Hafera – bass
Sean Bivins – guitars on CVLT [AS FVK]
Daniel Ka$$hu – full-time guitars (2016-)

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