Circle of Dust – the industrial/metal band recently revived after a long absence by hybrid/electro artist Klayton of Celldweller – has premiered a music video for the new song “Machines of Our Disgrace,” directed by Klayton and shot/edited by Kyle Danley. This marks the act’s third new track following the singles “Neophyte” and “Contagion,” which appeared on the deluxe edition remasters of the band’s self-titled debut and Brainchild albums, respectively. Klayton had teased a snippet of “Machines of Our Disgrace” early in the year, originally intending it to be the first new Circle of Dust track, replaced by “Contagion.” All three singles will reportedly be featured on a brand new Circle of Dust album, scheduled for release in December of 2016. With the remastered editions of Circle of Dust, Brainchild, and the Metamorphosis collection already been released, the band’s last album, Disengage will be released on October 14, with the Argyle Park collaborative album Misguided preceding that on August 19; all remastered reissues feature bonus content, including demos, instrumentals, remixes, new artwork, and more!
The track “Machines of Our Disgrace” is now available for purchase via the FiXT Webstore and Bandcamp for $1.00.