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HEALTH’S ultimate UK collab wish list

Here, the LA noise trio give us the rundown of their ultimate collabs.

By Sophie Porter

HEALTH. CREDIT: Daniel Roland Tierney

LA-based experimental noise trio HEALTH are set to celebrate the release of their upcoming fifth album RAT WARS with a sold-out headline show downstairs at The Dome in Tuffnell Park on 14th December.

For those uninitiated, HEALTH deal in industrial noise rock and in facilitating radical collaborations with a breadth of artists in their DISCO album series – from the likes of PlayThatBoiZay, 100 gecs and Poppy, to Lamb of God, Ho99o9 and Nine Inch Nails, and many more. As they lead up to the release of their latest album (available on December 7th via Loma Vista) and prepare to conquer Wembley in support of Sleep Token on 16th December, HEALTH’S Johnny Famiglietti tells Rolling Stone UK their ultimate collab wishlist of UK artists. Check it out below!


Metal superstars Loathe would be a perfect sonic match and definitely would get our fans excited. This one might be more likely thank you think wink wink nudge nudge say no more.

Bring Me The Horizon

All roads lead to Bring Me The Horizon in this economy and why not? They also have quite a forte for collaboration as well, I especially love the one with BABYMETAL. 


I wouldn’t want to be too presumptuous but hopefully we don’t stink up Wembley and if they are so inclined we would absolutely love to create something with these religious types. They have such an expansive sound palette that really anything could be possible. 


During the making of our new album RAT WARS I was listening to classic early Earache records non-stop. We even went so far as to sample GODFLESH’s “LIKE RATS” for our chune SICKO. Earache requested we list it as a feature leaving a lot of fans disappointed when they heard it was just a sample. So, I’d love to do the real thing with this legendary duo. 


One of the best to ever do it. We can only apologize for our Blue Monday cover.


Hey, just putting it out there…

HEALTH will release their fifth album RAT WARS on 7th December.