Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Detroit electronic metal visionary Celldweller to bring you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the “Switchback” music video.
“Take a look behind the scenes at the making of the Switchback Music Video in an unreleased interview with Klayton from 2008. Hear Klayton discuss the process of learning Final Cut Pro to edit the video as well as go on set and on location and get a peek at the filming process! Then strap in as Klayton reveals the meaning of Greygirl in the video and the possible alternate ending where they jump in a rocket ship and fly away…”
Celldweller will be releasing a 10th anniversary edition of the debut album that started it all. The songs on this album were heard in movie trailers, TV shows, and games such as Spider Man 2, Constantine, Crackdown, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Enter the Matrix, CSI, UFC, The Shield, and more. It can be pre-ordered on FiXT (multiple package options) or on iTunes. It will be released June 11th.
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Detroit-based electronic wizard Celldweller has announced a 10th anniversary reissue of his self-titled debut album. The album will be available June 11th via FiXT in two editions: a single disc that features an unreleased track entitled “Uncrowned” and a double-disc that features over an hour of rare/unreleased bonus tracks (b-sides, remixes, demos, etc…).
Below is an announcement video as well as two videos that documented the recording of the debut album. READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you an exclusive free download of Varien‘s “Shadow People”, which comes from his upcoming album Pick Your Poison Volume 1. The 10 track collection of trailer cues came out February 26th and is available to purchase here.
Varien comments on the track, “Shadow People is a great example of the type of feeling I like to have in my tunes. Atmospheric, creepy and slightly mean with a healthy dose of macabre. Enjoy!”
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Electronic rocker Celldweller has made some pretty big announcements this week detailing his plans for 2013. He states that there will be a “…pretty nonexistent touring schedule” this year because he plans on releasing a new album, which will be the followup to last year’s Wish Upon A Blackstar.
He also states that Wish Upon A Blackstar is a conceptual album and that “… the visuals surrounding it were there to help tell the story.” As a result, he has teamed up with 5 time award winning author Josh Viola (The Bane of Yoto) & renowned author Keith Ferrel (Bloodmoon: Birth of the Beast) to write a Blackstar novel, which will be released in three acts. Upon their initial release, the books will only be available digitally but a physical release is planned once all acts are out.
Additionally, Celldweller will be releasing a soundtrack to accompany each act of the book. There are hopes but no official plans to release a full score album upon the full book release.
You can read Celldweller’s entire plan below. READ MORE
If the thought of living in suburbia doesn’t fill you with dread, perhaps Blue Stahli‘s latest video for “ULTRAnumb” will take care of that! Directed by Grant Mohrman, the video features Blue Stahli standing in a kiddie pool full of blood, a lovely couple sharing a human heart at a picnic, latex-clad people straight out of American Horror Story engaged in choreographed dance, and more. It’s also got a great deal of humor as well as a guest appearance from Celldweller! Check out the video below!
Now, I want to let you all know that there is a little hidden gem somewhere towards the end of the video. If you can find it and figure it out, I’ll give you a cookie.
The song comes from Blue Stahli’s 2011 self-titled album, which you can snag here. READ MORE
A little over a week ago, we asked you, the readers, to vote on which song Celldweller should cover/remix for this Halloween. You all voted and “Cry Little Sister” from The Lost Boys was the winner with Saw‘s “Hello Zepp” a very close second. In fact, it was so close that Celldweller decided to mix the two and bring you “Cry Little Sister vs. Hello Zepp” Klash-Up! You can not only listen to the song below, you can download it for free as well! Trust me when I say that, if you’re a fan of these films, you are going to love this track! READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting is thrilled to bring you this awesome opportunity to make YOUR voice heard! Celldweller is looking to do a cover/remix of a famed horror theme for this Halloween and we want to know which one YOU would love to hear the most! Below is a poll that lets you pick between these four choices: “Cry Little Sister” (The Lost Boys), “Tubular Bells” (The Exorcist), “Hello Zepp” (Saw), and the Tales From The Crypt Theme! The poll is open until Noon EST this Sunday, the 14th, so make sure to get your vote in below!
Make sure to check out our exclusive video interview with Klayton here. READ MORE
Arriving after several years of long, hard work, Celldweller finally released Wish Upon A Blackstar yesterday, the long-awaited, eagerly anticipated third album. In celebration of this release, Bloody-Disgusting’s Jonathan Barkan went out to Klayton’s personal recording studio to discuss the new album as well as several other topics, including music and social media, upcoming tour dates, horror movies and their scores, and what Klayton expects from Prometheus! Check out this exclusive, in-depth video interview below!
You can get Wish Upon A Blackstar on iTunes, Amazon (only $6.49?!), and through the Fixt store. Celldweller also has two iTunes apps available: Unshakeable and the Official Celldweller App. READ MORE
Detroit electronic rocker Celldweller has sent Bloody-Disgusting his Top 10 Horror Movie list and it’s full of some fun and awesome choices! Several of them are VERY unorthodox and some might make you question whether or not they are horror. Well, to Celldweller they fit the bill and I’m not going to argue (because I honestly feel that all the unorthodox ones can be considered horror in their own right).