With their harsh and haunting mix of dense guitars and synths and Jake Duzsik's atmospheric vocals, HEALTH express existential dread in evolving but unmistakable ways. They emerged from Los Angeles' experimental rock scene in the late 2000s with a pummelling yet intricate style exemplified by their 2007 self-titled debut. As the years passed, they refined this sound, letting their synth pop influences surface on 2015's Death Magic and adding elements of trap and industrial to 2019's Vol. 4 :: Slaves of Fear. On the two-part album DISCO 4 :: Part 1 (2021) and DISCO 4 :: Part 2 (2022), HEALTH's collaborations with Purity Ring, Ghostemane, Lamb of God, and Nine Inch Nails emphasized the breadth and depth of their music.