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Brainchild (Remastered)

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MyNameIsRedundant While I personally feel that this is the weakest of the CoD records, its undeniable that it is part of the Industrial metal hall-of-fame.
A heavier path going forward for Klayton, with the most elements that harken back Argyle Park among the old CoD albums.
A heavier emphasis is placed on samples which is where I think the record fumbles as they don't sit well in the mix when overlaid on top of the music, often dwarfing the guitars and drums. Favorite track: Aggressor (Regressive Mix).
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Kevin Conder Industrial Metal. This is Klayton's follow-up album and he went heavier! This is your soundtrack to societal collapse. How long can it go on? Favorite track: Descend.
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The 1994 sophomore album 'Brainchild' from Circle of Dust ushered in the continuation of Klayton’s legacy before Celldweller, Scandroid & the foundation of FiXT. Now, the album returns in full force, collected, remastered and expanded for a brand new audience as well as long time fans of the industrial titan Circle of Dust.

The Circle continues. From Dust - To Dust.

Official Merchandise Available at:
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released April 29, 2016

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Circle of Dust Los Angeles, California

Klayton is...
-Circle of Dust
-Celldweller
-Scandroid
- FreqGen

Circle of Dust, the 90s industrial / electronic-rock project created by Klayton, marked the beginning of the musical career of the man who later went on to create Celldweller. Now after 20 years, Circle of Dust is back.
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