Celldweller Covers Disco Hit "Tragedy"

Independent electronic-rock artist Celldweller has just released a cover of a former #1 disco hit by the Bee Gees - "Tragedy." Released as a digital single via Itunes, "Tragedy" gives fans a first glimpse at what''s in store on the upcoming sophomore Celldweller release, slated for late 2006.
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Celldweller has carved a niche in the independent music world with massive success in the Film/TV/Video Game world, landing placements in such productions as Spider-man 2, DOOM, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Constantine, XXX: State of the Union, Catwoman, Punisher, Supercross, Enter The Matrix, Need For Speed: Most Wanted, Project Gotham Racing 3, and dozens more. Every track from the debut self-titled Celldweller release has been licensed for Film/TV placements.

In 2003, Klayton independently released the self-titled debut Celldweller album, and reached #17 on the Billboard Internet Sales Chart. The album also garnered Top 40 Metal Radio charting, and the track "I Believe You" reached number 11 on the R&R Alternative Specialty Show Chart. The debut album received 7 awards at the 2004 Just Plain Folks Music Awards, including: Producer of the Year and Album of the Year. Guest appearances included Jarrod Montague of Taproot and mixes by Ben Grosse and Grant Mohrman.

Celldweller - the versatile outlet of the artist, performer, producer, songwriter, programmer, and remixer Klayton, began as a producer pseudonym in the early 90's. Now, over a decade later, Klayton uses the name to deliver his vision of progressively combining multiple genres of music. Taking a unique approach to mixing styles, Celldweller fuses the electronics of drum & bass and techno, with rock and orchestral elements, meshing the synthetic and the organic, darkness with beauty, into a cohesive blend entirely its own.

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