In 1990, the group presented its second LP, Danzig II: Lucifuge, which featured singles that mixed blues and rock. Two years later, Rubin started spending less time on the band’s work. Meanwhile, Danzig took the responsibilities of a producer for the next LP, Danzig III: How the Gods Kill.
In 1993, Danzig presented an EP, Thrall: Demonsweatlive, which featured several tracks recorded during the previous year at a Halloween concert. The EP also included three new singles. One of them, “Mother”, became a huge hit. Later, the group filmed a music video for the song, which was popular on MTV.
In the fall of 1993, Danzig started working on the fourth album. Danzig complained that the label is putting a lot of pressure on the group to record more songs for financial success. The vocalist didn’t like the idea. Meanwhile, Rick Rubin almost stopped working with the group.
In October 1994, the band released the new LP, Danzig 4. Glenn was named an official producer of the album. The LP was considered experimental when compared with the band’s previous work. The sales were excellent. The second single “Cantspeak” became a hit on MTV. After the album’s release, the group canceled the contract with the label.
The band started going through lineup changes. Chuck Biscuits left due to some disagreements. Joey Castillo came to replace him. After a tour in 1995, the group members decided to replace John Christ, who left as soon as he found out about it. Eerie Von followed. The classic era of Danzig was over.