|Dååth was started by Eyal Levi and Mike Kameron, who had been playing in bands since they were in middle school. The two friends attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. Eventually, they left school to concentrate full-time on making music.
Dååth's first album Futility was self-released in 2004. Their Roadrunner Records debut The Hinderers was released on March 20, 2007. Dååth have so far released two music videos from the The Hinderers. The first was "Festival Mass Soulform", which was created prior to getting signed, and helped them gain Roadrunner's interest. The second video, "Subterfuge", was released on February 28, 2007.
On March 22, 2007, Dååth was confirmed to play the second stage (rotating slots) at Ozzfest alongside Nile, Ankla, Circus Diablo, The Showdown, 3 Inches of Blood, In This Moment, and Chthonic.
On October 22, 2007, blabbermouth.net reported that live vocalist Sean Farber had left the band. A few months later, on February 28, 2008, blabbermouth.net then reported that Sean Z. (who had filled in on vocal duties in the tours after Sean Farber had left) had been named the new vocalist.
Mike Kameron is also no longer in Daath, as his name is not mentioned on the official Daath myspace page anymore.