Delta-S combines the art of storytelling with heartfelt symphonies of sound. The result is a beautiful palette of emotions, portraying the essence of the human soul with disarming accuracy. Somewhere in this ongoing tale, creators strive to connect with their fan-base, finding a common ground of hurt, hope, and healing. While the sound of Delta-S often resembles pieces of trance and neo-industrial genres, the project still allows (and even welcomes) other styles into the mix. Newcomers are quickly seduced by it's surprising flexibility. Still, Devout fans will argue that Delta-S has it's own sound. Clever synth phrases and luscious progressions give the band a rich and energetic sound, even during it's dark ambient mood swings. The glue solidifying the sounds is found in Lyte's haunting vocals. Whether the tone is agressive or refreshing, Lyte delivers every word with conviction and resolve. Listeners will surely find comfort in the lyrical melodies of the music. Delta-S began as an experiment in industrial by artists Lyte and Moe. Sharing an ever growing love of music and it's possibilities, the two worked late hours creating soundscapes and effects. With influences like Nine Inch Nails, Stabbing Westward, and God Lives Under Water, the group focused their energies into hard and edgy songs. Now Delta-S is continued by Lyte as a solo project, and the influences have obviously expanded. The project has truly developed into a rich, sophisticated sound that continues to draw in listeners. And here is where we see the very purpose of music being fulfilled.