Celldweller (performing tonight at the Marquis Theater with Die Brucke and Kevin Callison) is the moniker of Klayton, a singer, multi-instrumentalist, music programmer and producer based out of Detroit. Bringing his own unique form of industrial music to the masses via movie, video game and television soundtracks, including collaborations with magician and vocalist Criss Angel, Celldweller twists drum and bass, basic electronic elements and traditional rock instrumentation together.
Making music since the mid 90s, Klayton emerged as Celldweller in 2003 and has been making records and touring (now with a full band) under the name ever since, celebrating the release of the Cellout EP this year. This show is all ages, and tickets are $10-12. Doors open at 8 p.m., and performances begin at 9 p.m.
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