Cellophane Masses combine a progressive mix of rock guitars and electronica along with distinctive vocals and emotional song writing to create an innovative sound. Cellophane Masses have opened up shows for Love and Rockets, Buckethead, Miles Hunt (formerly of the Wonderstuff. Their songs have been featured on X-Box 360 game Amped 3 (3 songs), Ubisoft's America's Army: Rise of A Soldier and featured all over TV/Film like Fox Sports, ESPN2, Fuel TV, MTV's Road Rules, MTV's Extreme Challenge, Making the Video and the theme song for the show on MTV2 called "The Table" with Kurt Loder. The songs "Get Up" and "Say" were included on the "Electro Organic Vol 1" compilation released nationally through Navarre Distribution and had been favored by many College radio stations across the nation. Cellophane Masses singer/songwriter David Wayne created Cellophane Masses in 1998 and the current lineup includes drummer Lliam Hart..........In past bands, David has opened up for Skinny Puppy, Ministry, NIN, Revco, Filter and have collaborated with Information Society, MC 900 Foot Jesus and Jon Birdsong (Beck). Lliam performed with bands such as American Music Club and Wire Train (touring support act for the band LIVE). Currently Lliam is living in San Francisco and David lives in LA and the band is recording and taking a break from live shows.