Tag: Klayton

January 29, 2021

Song of the Day: Circle of Dust - Aggressor (Regressive Mix)

Industrial music has a long and complicated history, which we don’t have time to get deeply into here. Its roots lie in avant garde experimentalism of the 1970s, its name coming from literal industrial sounds as its inspiration. As the genre developed, it became intertwined with other styles–most notably dance music and techno, or at the other end of the spectrum heavy metal, and occasionally even hip-hop. For the longest time, Blackhouse (featured here) was the only industrial band exploring Christian themes, but all of their albums were released as imports and mostly on secular and/or independent labels.… Continued →

November 11, 2016

Circle of Dust Returns With New Album "Machines Of Our Disgrace"

Industrial music pioneer Klayton (Celldweller) is back with the project that put his name on the map, Circle of Dust. COD is releasing a new album titled “Machines Of Our Disgrace” on December 9th 2016. In addition to this new album, ALL of the prior COD albums (and spin off projects) have been remastered and reissued right here for sale. You can also stream all the recent COD re-releases on Spotify. Check out the brand new single, below.… Continued →