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  • Klayton: YouTube Channel Trailer

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    Hey I’m Klayton.
    I’m a musician, producer and gear junkie.

    I'm probably best known as Celldweller, my hybrid electronic-rock-orchestral-sound design playground. There's a good chance you’ve already heard me in Film/TV/Video Games and Trailers.

    You may have seen my music videos, full length albums, live performances, gear walkthroughs, Q&As and behind the scenes footage from my 3 main musical projects: Celldweller, Circle of Dust & Scandroid.

    Circle of Dust is my industrial amalgam of heavy guitars, electronics & vocals.

    Scandroid is my love affair between modern production & 80s New Wave.

    In the Studio & Production section, you can learn how I produce music with hardware & software, or simply sit back & enjoy the sounds.

    Subscribe to my channel for weekly uploads so you don't miss a thing.

    This is Klayton, signing off.
    See you on my channel!
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    [Klayton]

    //_^)

    For more information:
    http://klayton.info

    Follow Celldweller:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/celldw...
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/celldwe...
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/klayt...
    YouTube: https://youtube.com/celldwe...

    FiXT Store: https://fixtstore.com/celld...
    Bandcamp: https://celldweller.bandcam...
    Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2jVvg1r
    iTunes: https://itunes.com/celldweller
    Google Play: http://bit.ly/2qM5iE5
    Amazon: http://amzn.to/2re0Yih
    Deezer: http://bit.ly/2j5BFHx
    Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cell... Show less
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  • Celldweller - Celldweller (Deluxe Edition) Play all

    At the dawn of the new millennium, songwriter, producer, and multi- instrumentalist Klayton created Celldweller, a ground-breaking aural entity for the next age. Thriving on originality, Celldweller cross-bred electronic styles such as Drum'n'Bass and Psy-Trance with modern Alternative Rock and Metal on his self-titled debut, released independently in 2003.

    The Celldweller album met with critical acclaim while climbing to #17 on the Billboard Internet Sales Chart. Celldweller gained Top 40 Metal Radio charting with the track “I Believe You” pulling into a solid 11th place on the R&R Alternative Specialty Show Chart. Achieving a feat shared by only an elite handful of albums, every song on Celldweller was eventually licensed for use in popular media. These songs were heard in movie trailers, TV shows, and games such as Spider Man 2, Constantine, Crackdown, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Enter the Matrix, CSI, UFC, The Shield, and more.

    Now, Celldweller has been reissued to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its release with updated artwork and a second disc of remixes, demos, and previously unheard rarities (all remastered for this release). While Klayton busies himself in his Detroit studio preparing the future of Celldweller for 2013, celebrate the past with this monumental work.
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  • Celldweller - Wish Upon A Blackstar Play all

    Wish Upon A Blackstar, one of the most anticipated albums of the year, is a masterwork by a master artist. The album's sixteen songs seamlessly blend genres from Electro and Dubstep to Rock and Orchestral with an intricacy and precision seldom heard in today's Electronic music. But it's not just studio wizardry and digital complexity; even the best production has little staying power without strong songcraft to back it up, and this is where Celldweller brings his deeply honed songwriting ability to bear, making Wish Upon A Blackstar an album that will long outlast its contemporaries. Truly epic in scope and execution, Wish Upon A Blackstar will not only leave a lasting mark on the always-changing landscape of Electronic music, but will stand the test of time as a remarkable statement of artistic virtue in a sea of disposable trends.
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  • Celldweller - End of an Empire (Deluxe Edition) Play all

    Time, Love, Dreams and Death - all four chapters have been unveiled. Now begins the true End of an Empire.

    After a year long production cycle, Celldweller has been slowly revealing bits and pieces of his third full length, studio artist album, which showcases a return to the more formative complex electronic and heavy metal elements that defined the unique hybrid that is Celldweller. Never one to rest on his laurels, Klayton raises the bar with a brand new level of production unheard of by most producers, fusing analog and digital to create something completely out of this world.

    From tracks like “Good L_ck (Yo_’re F_cked)” which sound like something straight out of a neo-futuristic punk rock dive bar, to the soft and somber “Just Like You” that swells with acoustic guitars, modular synths and melodic vocals into an epic cinematic ballad. Every track brings something completely unique yet distinctly Celldweller to the table. Equal parts score and soundtrack to a science fiction movie that hasn’t been created yet, this album delivers an unparalleled experience that transports each listener to their own little world inhabited by all of the iconic characters presented throughout the chapter cycle leading up to the release of the final album.

    This deluxe edition includes all the End of an Empire factions, Klayton remixes and hidden chip-tune tracks. The ending has begun.
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  • Celldweller - Offworld Play all

    Offworld, Celldweller's fourth vocal-based studio album departs from the project's signature sound of aggressive guitars, blasting beats and ass-kicking intensity and delivers a journey of sentimental feels and emotionally gripping tracks, showcasing the intimate song-writing side of project mastermind, Klayton.

    The album's 11 tracks range from the soul searching "How Little I Must Know," to the modern shoegazer "Echoes," the somber a cappella "Mother's Arms," to the acoustic guitar driven "The Great Divide," and the heavy, yet atmospheric vibe of "Last Night on Earth." The album begins and ends with the title track & reprise of "Offworld," which gives the album a narrative backdrop as a sci-fi adventure of leaving the world behind – perhaps to explore a new one or join life on the other side, closing the album experience with a familiar Celldweller lyric... "we will never die." The digital/CD version of the album include a bonus remix by Ulrich Schnauss (Tangerine Dream).

    Strap in and prepare to hit the launch button on this other-worldly adventure and "go offworld tonight."
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  • Celldweller - Soundtrack For The Voices In My Head (Series) Play all

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    Ask Celldweller, Ask Circle of Dust, Ask Scandroid,
    Ask Klayton.
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