CIRCLE OF DUST’s “Parasite” receives a high voltage remix from Animattronic

CIRCLE OF DUST‘s “Parasite” receives a high voltage remix from Animattronic, out now via FiXT.

Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cpoAkqB3xU

 
Los Angeles, California – Warping the intense industrial percussion and powerful guitar chords of the original, Animattronic gives Circle Of Dust’s “Parasite” a high voltage, rhythmically distorted remix.
“I’d be a fool to pass up the opportunity to remix a Circle of Dust track. Circle of Dust has been relevant to our past, present & future.” – Animattronic

“Parasite” (Animattronic Remix) is out now from independent multi-genre label FiXT.

“Think for Yourself. Don’t live someone else’s life. Never give up your free will. Be Yourself.” – Animattronic

Purchase/Stream: https://outnow.io/t/parasitearmx

About Circle Of Dust
Circle of Dust, the 90s industrial / electronic-rock project created by visionary artist/producer Klayton, marked the beginning of the musical career of the man who later went on to create independent success as Celldweller, as well as forming his own label – FIXT. Along with four full-length Circle of Dust albums in the ’90s (Circle of Dust, Brainchild, Metamorphosis, Disengage), Klayton created a side-project under the name Argyle Park, which featured a vast collection of guest collaborators, including Tommy Victor of Prong, J.G. Thirlwell of Foetus and Mark Salomon (Stavesacre/Crucified).

Locked away collecting “dust” for 20+ years, the rights to the Circle of Dust & Argyle Park albums were unavailable to Klayton as the original labels they were signed to shut down in the mid-90s. After 2 decades of pursuing a deal to regain ownership of the albums, Klayton was finally able to reclaim the rights in 2015.

Circle of Dust made its triumphant return in 2016 as Klayton regained control of the entire Circle of Dust catalog, re-releasing each album (Self-Titled,  Brainchild, Metamorphosis, Disengage, and beloved side-project Argyle Park) with remastered audio and completely re-imagined art. Later the same year, with the project fully resurrected, the new album Machines of Our Disgrace was released followed by a feature-length documentary, Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust, and full-length remix album alt_Machines in 2018.

In 2020, Circle of Dust began releasing a 25th Anniversary Edition of the 1995 self-titled debut album, featuring all-new mixes resurrected on original gear with separate audio tracks for the first time in over 20 years. Each release from the album has received new remixes from modern artists such as Fury Weekend, Soul Extract, Rabbit Junk, Cyanotic, and FreqGen. 2021 kicked off with an updated version of “Twisted Reality” along with a cinematic remix from Void Chapter. The complete 25th Anniversary Edition releases October 1st, 2021.

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About FiXT
FiXT is the multi-genre, independent record label, founded in 2006 by Klayton (Celldweller / Scandroid)FiXT’s catalog has garnered billions of streams connecting with a core audience of gamers and cyberpunk & sci-fi fans, and serves a global fanbase in over 150 countries, reaching millions of listeners each month.

FiXT‘s roster includes such genre-pioneering artists as Celldweller, Scandroid, Essenger, Fight The Fade, The Anix, The Algorithm, Seething Akira, Fury Weekend, LeBrock, Voicians, and many more.

FiXT’s catalog of rock, metal, synthwave, and EDM tracks has received over 1,000 Film/TV/Video Game and advertising sync placements, including: Westworld, Power Rangers, Lexus, Toyota, Suicide Squad, Iron Man, Robocop, Jack Reacher, Deadpool, John Wick,  Guardians of the Galaxy, Pacific Rim, Call of Duty, Synth Riders,  Assassin’s Creed, Need For Speed, Razer, Dead Rising, UFC, and more.

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