“…a hard rocking track that gets aggressive in parts, while delivering moody and hypnotic moments elsewhere.” LoudWire.com

New York rock band The Plague deliver an intense remix of Circle of Dust’s “Embracing Entropy” (feat. Celldweller), as frontman and writer/producer David Adam Monroe re-vamps the entire track, more akin to a cover than a remix. Re-recording and re-producing all the primary instruments, from guitars and bass to drums and synths, the track transforms from an electronic opus to an aggressive onslaught.

The remix marks a milestone for The Plague as David Adam Monroe found inspiration from Celldweller while creating the Plague’s debut album Hope for the F.U.T.U.R.E. In a 2017 interview with 100 Percent Rock, David was asked to name one collaborator to do a song with, to which he replied “If I had to choose, Celldweller. He does a lot of production like me where he plays all the instruments and writes and records and mixes. His ability to fuze guitars and synths is uncanny and I love it.” While not technically a collaboration, The Plague’s remix of “Embracing Entropy” might just be the next best thing.

“When I got asked to do this remix, I was blown away. Celldweller and FiXT were a huge influence on me making ‘The Plague’ record, so it was incredible honor to work on this Circle of Dust remix.  I loved a lot of the drum phrases in the original so I tried to preserve some of them, and of course slap on some fuzz guitars!” – The Plague

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