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Celldweller is a musical project created by multi-instrumentalist, artist, producer, songwriter, performer, programmer, and remixer Klayton.
Klayton is best known for his Celldweller project but some might know him from his Circle of Dust or Scandroid projects.
His music has been used in video games like Need For Speed, films like Deadpool & TV shows like America’s Got Talent, to name a few.
Klayton is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, skillfully playing everything from guitars, bass, drums and keys to operating a massive collection of modular synthesizers. Klayton’s sound is further characterized by his intricate production in editing, programming and mixing.
Klayton approaches musical genres as a Mixed Martial Artist approaches fighting – fluidly combining each style in cohesive mastery of the arts. Klayton’s arsenal of styles ranges from Drum & Bass, Orchestral, Rock n Roll, Electro, Metal, Psy-Trance, Tribal Percussion, Modular Synthesis, Pop, Metal, Glitch-Hop, Breaks, Experimental Noise, Sound Design and beyond.
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