Celldweller's last album, 2017's Offworld, saw the project's sole member, composer-producer Klayton, experimenting with a less aggressive, more emotive and melancholy direction, but judging from its two singles, his next full-length, Satellites, will see a return to much harder-hitting music. The album's lead offering, the high-octane "Electric Eye" (not a Judas Priest cover), was released a couple years ago; today, Celldweller has finally offered up another taste from the LP, in the form of new song "My Disintegration." It's six minutes of pulse-pounding synth work, electronic beats, distorted riffage and melodic vocals that are as well-suited to the dance floor as to the mosh pit, calling back to the goth-club–friendly antics of nu-metal mongers such as Orgy and Stabbing Westward. The single closely follows Celldweller's collaborative cut "Breaking Point," with U.K. drum-and-bass producer Joe Ford and vocalist Robin Adams, which was released in late January.
"My Disintegration" is available now via Bandcamp and Spotify, with Satellites to follow on a yet-to-be-unannounced date via Celldweller's owned/operated independent record label FiXT.