|The Siren's Lullaby (Heart On)||Transmissions: Vol. 04|| |
|Data Corruption||Transmissions, Vol. 03|| |
|D.N.A.||Transmissions, Vol. 03|| |
|Polygon Girl||Transmissions: Vol. 02|| |
|Broken Clock||Transmissions: Vol. 01|| |
|A Storm on Saturn||Transmissions: Vol. 02|| |
|Suspended Animation||Suspended Animation|| |
|Lifeforms (Mother-32 Version)||Transmissions: Vol. 04|| |
|The Descent of King Ghidora||Transmissions: Vol. 01|| |
Klayton Albert, is a multi-instrumentalist musician from New York City who currently resides in Detroit, Michigan. Klayton has led several cult-status underground bands and has performed under a variety of stage names since the early 1990s. He is best known for his current project, Celldweller, which has been widely successful.
Circle of Dust is an industrial rock project formed by Klayton, initially known as Scott Albert, who is now more widely known for his Celldweller project. During its early years, Circle of Dust, along with contemporaries Mortal and Deitiphobia, brought industrial metal to the Christian alternative metal scene. Circle of Dust spawned numerous offspring projects such as Klank, fronted by former Circle of Dust live-show guitarist Daren "Klank" Diolosa; Klayton's pseudonymous bands Argyle Park and Brainchild; and Chatterbox, which featured future members of Stavesacre. After buying back the rights to all of Circle of Dust's releases, Klayton re-launched the project in 2015.
Scandroid is an electronic music project created by Klayton, and previously included Varien in 2013. The project released its debut single, "Salvation Code", on August 6, 2013, which was added to the debut album Scandroid upon release. Scandroid can be described as encompassing the retro synth melodies of the 80s while still adapting to modern production, thus creating a new retro sound.
Klayton is Celldweller. Personifying the sound of the iPod generation, Klayton creates a hybrid fusion of the digital and the organic; intricately designed soundscapes that take cues from electronic genres like drum 'n bass, electro house, and dustep are woven together with aggressive rock/metal and orchestral elements. Celldweller ignores genre boundaries and stylistic confinement and the end result is a pioneering vision of the future of electronic music.
Argyle Park was an underground industrial rock supergroup founded in New York City in 1994 and active until 1996. Members of the group reformed under the name AP2 in 1998, and were active under that name until winter 2000. Signed to Christian music labels, the band suffered repeated controversies within the Christian music scene for not being positive and evangelistic enough in its lyrics and outlook. The project was named after an actual park in Babylon, Long Island, where the members of Argyle Park grew up together.