Originally the solo project of composer/singer d.A. Sebasstian, Seattle's Kill Switch...Klick became one of the Northwest's leading industrial crossover bands. Sebasstian began Kill Switch...Klick in 1991 and added drummer/percussionist Mike Ditmore the following year. The duo remained the core of the group as they traveled from the Urge Ltd. imprint to Cleopatra in 1994; that year, they released their debut album, Beat It to Fit, Paint It to Match, as well as a rarities collection, Oddities & Versions. After touring the U.S. with And Christ Wept on the Muzak for the Masses Tour, Kill Switch...Klick returned with 1997's Degenerate and Alt, a remix/B-sides compilation. Mike Ditmore quit the band and was replaced with Marty Aguilera (of the band And Christ Wept & NuMantra) right before their '97 U.S. Tour. In 1999 Sebasstian formed his own label, Iregular Records, and released Organica described by CMJ New music Report as "...convention-busting instrumentation makes Organica a surprisingly flirtatious, personality-driven album...Organica is a testament to the ingenuity of Sebasstian as well as to the viability of acoustic instruments in making great dance records."
In 2000 Sebasstian worked with Faith & Disease on their Projekt Records debut Beneath The Trees playing keyboards, co-writing Eventually (Again) with the band, and co-producing several of the tracks.The following year Kill Switch...Klick released a best of collection on Cleopatra Records entitled Milkin' It For All It's Worth, as the album Organica was re-issued by Martin Atkin's label, Invisible Records. Sebasstian also changed the name of his own label to Go-Kustom Rekords and released several quirky themed compilations as well as his first self titled solo disc, d.A. Sebasstian. In 2002 Invisible released Kill Switch...Klick - Almost Ambient Collection Volume One. This disc featured new songs and older material. In 2003 Sebasstian reunited with drummer Mike Ditmore to make sevral music videos that were released as d.A. Sebasstian & The Inner Demons.