1993 saw the release of the Disease album, which took a more techno direction than their previous releases. G.G.F.H. toured Europe briefly supporting metal bands like Fear Factory and My Dying Bride. Their shows were memorable for the TV's on the stage flickering images of war, porn and autopsy footage. DJ Ghost would have a bucket of fake blood which he would dip a Little Missy doll into and then flick around the front of the stage onto the audience. When the band were supposed to tour with My Dying Bride, DJ Ghost was arrested at the airport for carrying illegal goods in his luggage, namely various stage props. Loz, who was a roadie for G.G.F.H., had to take over vocal duties, and at one point he was on his own as Brian J. Walls had been hospitalised.
DJ Ghost also made a guest apprearence on My Dying Bride's I Am the Bloody Earth EP in 1994, a year which also saw the release of Halloween, a compilation of early demo tracks, and the limited edition, green vinyl single, Welcome to the Process/Too Much Punch. A year later, Brian J. Walls left the band to pursue other interests including high-end web design and the the contract with Peaceville Records was ended.
Over the next 10 years, DJ Ghost started a graphic design company and gained notoriety as a DJ in various parts of America, and G.G.F.H. was put on hold. However, after the release of The Very Beast of G.G.F.H. Vol. 1 in 2001, DJ Ghost decided to write new G.G.F.H. material. With the absence of Brian J. Walls, the band’s main song writer, DJ Ghost looked to a handful of contributors to help write it. Their latest album, titled Serrated Smile, was released in 2005.