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Celldweller, based in Detroit, Michigan, is the versatile outlet of the artist, performer, producer, songwriter, programmer, and remixer Klayton. It began as a producer pseudonym in the early 90’s, amongst his many other projects including Circle of Dust, Argyle Park, Brainchild and Angeldust, the latter with Criss Angel on vocals (later reissued and renamed simply as Criss Angel albums). Now, over a decade later, Klayton (born Scott Albert) uses the name to deliver his vision of progressively combining multiple… read more

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  • Avatar for Akatian
    Some Celldweller is always good.
  • Avatar for TheLastNavySEAL
    End of an Empire is indeed amazing and grows with every listen! [2]
  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    Waited too long on giving End of an Empire a listen, this is god damn PHENOMENAL! So glad he brought the drum n' bass elements back!
  • Avatar for Daxxe
    End of an Empire is indeed amazing and grows with every listen!
  • Avatar for Cimersies
    CELLDWELLER is fucking amaaaaaaaazing !!! xD started to listening Klayton music year ago and I'm in deep fucking love with his genuine stuff. Perfect mixing, brilliant covers, perfect vocals and same love to video games !! AWESOME !!
  • Avatar for mateussuperstar
    End of an Empire is amazing!!!
  • Avatar for sancezz
    End of an Empire sounds _phenomenal_ turned up! So much detail in those electronics and those guitar tones. Beautiful. Hard hitting stuff. Production wise I don't think I can think of an album that equals the pure quality of sound. But hey, maybe I'm just gushing because I love it so much
  • Avatar for MelancholyRage
    The new album has few good songs, but I'm going back to Blackstar.
  • Avatar for Lextasys
    The new album is not bad, but i'm not impressed. Too concentrated stuff. But the "New Elysium" & "Just Like You" are really great!
  • Avatar for Blue_Carpet
    bob-z, hell yes. Klayton stands out with his attitude to art - it is purely what he lives for. His music is just one connection to his genius mind, backstories and concepts of albums are far more deep than it seems. We can recall his words about 'loving future more than past and present' and watch an evolution of his genius from one album to another. Frankly said I was really focused on the first album, but all new stuff easily makes way to me.

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