D.H.S. - for a Brit, that name immediately makes you think of signing on.... but in fact it stands for Dimensional Holofonic Sound
This is one of the tracks I bought in the personal interregnum between the first flush of excitement about brutal house / acid house in 87/88, and becoming a born-again raver in the later months of 1991.
So I mentally file "House of God" with a few other things that still kept half-an-ear of mine trained on the rave sector prior to the full-blown conversion - things like the 808 State releases... that LFO album... Eon and the Vinyl Solution vybe... Orbital...
"House of God" - is it actually house? Or techno? Back then - 1990-91 - it didn't matter, there wasn't much of a distinction. Dancefloors were more cross-contaminated genre-wise and flava-wise, before the tempo gap between different strands widened out. Things that had been "acid" or "bleep" and things that would soon be "tribal" or "hardcore" or "trance" or "Detroit" or "breakbeat" - these would all be getting played in the same set by the same deejays to the same crowds in the same clubs.
But I didn't hear "House of God" on a dancefloor... I think I heard it on the radio... on John Peel, most likely.... and I believe I picked it up at Red Records on Brixton High Street.
Then reviewed it in Melody Maker when it was my next turn to do the Singles.
House Of God ($50 Mix)
House Of God (Holy Version)
House Of God (Unholy Version)
Difference Between Noise & Music
#9 Bad Acid
But there's been a heap of "House of God" remixes, immediately and in the ensuing years, and then there's the later D.H.S. tracks....