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Circle of Dust's triumphant return!

From Dust to Dust, Circle of Dust is back and better than ever! What ended almost 19 years ago with Disengage, has been "Re-engaged" today and better than ever. Machines of our Disgrace does an amazing job at capturing the very essence of what the original 4 Circle of Dust albums had to offer in one amazing technological explosion. There is a lot of Celldweller feel on this album, speaking of which a feature as well, but that is to be expected from the man himself after all. Machines of Our Disgrace is a great return to the roots Klayton was known for in the 90's and we all want to give a warm welcome to one of Metal's most creative Industrial/Metal fusion artists back into the ring. Welcome back Circle of Dust, and rock on! \m/

Legit

I'm really pleasantly surprised that this sounds like classic Circle of Dust. I was skeptical. I have enjoyed Klayton's music released as Celldweller and was expecting this album to have that mixture of dubstep, jungle, and glitch, but this album has that vintage 90's industrial/thrash hybrid with 21st Century production. Very cool.

Great album that sounds a bit contrived at times.

Brainchild will always be my favorite. Somthing about a first album that is raw and unshackled. With Klays multiple projects going on the sounds here seem to fit this newly resurrected nitche and often feels a bit boxed in and tethered. Every song has old movie sound bits and familiar hitching sounds from the past but the production value and heart all all there, even if the brooding themes do get a bit predictable after several songs. I LOVE Circle of Dust and respect Klay and his musical evolution and CANNOT complain that there is literally a new Dust album after 18 years. Well done my man and thanks for bringing it back. ....On a sidenote ,can the religious critics stop posting dumb reviews about his christianity, I'm a christian and it's pretentiously arrogant, lazy and embarrassing. Those of you,please "get a life". Anyway, buy the album, they don't make 'em like this anymore.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in New York, NY

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '10s

Influenced by Skinny Puppy and other '80s industrial bands, Circle of Dust was a project formed in the early '90s by New York-based multi-instrumentalist Klayton. A deal was struck with R.E.X. Music, which released a self-titled debut album in 1992. Brainchild followed two years later with Disengage, their third album, arriving in 1998. At the turn of the millennium, Klayton embarked on a different and ultimately more successful path as Celldweller. In 2015, he obtained the rights to his Circle of...
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