Unsigned and undaunted, Deathray continued to tour nationally and promote their music to an ever-increasing and devoted fan base. In 2002, they released a critically acclaimed EP, White Sleeves, on the Doppler Records imprint (a label founded by Victor and Keara Fallon). During this time, members of Deathray branched out as producers, engineers, studio owners and session musicians, working with artists such as The High Speed Scene, Matt Sharp, Virgil Shaw, Golden Shoulders, Daisy Spot, and many others.
The latest Deathray album, titled "Believe Me" was released in late 2005. It was offered exclusively through the band's website and has since sold out of it's initial run. Recorded (again!) with producer Eric Valentine at his Hollywood studio, "Believe Me" was made using a variety of Beatles-era gear, including the original Abbey Road mixing console used to make Pink Floyd’s 'Dark Side of the Moon' LP.
Many of Deathray's songs have been featured in film and TV, including placements in Summerland, One Tree Hill, The Unit and Ghost Whisperer. Deathray had two new songs featured in an animated film called Open Season from Sony Pictures Animation in 2006. In early 2007, Dana opened a new recording studio and production house, Station To Station. In June of 2007 the band called it quits to focus on new projects..