Promotional image for Delta-S second album, Voyage to Isis. From left to right: Lucien, Nicki Tedesco, Lyte, Tony Bandos, DJ Amanda Jones.
|Origin||Camarillo, California, USA|
|Labels||WindM Records (2005–present)|
DJ Amanda Jones
Delta-S is a Christian industrial / progressive trance band formed in Camarillo, California in 1995. Band members currently include Lyte, who writes and produces a bulk of the work, and Lucien, who tests the material's emotional value and authenticity.
Delta-S was initially formed in 1995 by artists Moe and Lyte, under the name Entropy. Later that year, the band changed their name to Delta-S. The name refers to a change in entropy (Delta So), and conceptually refers to the band's attempts at speeding up, slowing down, or stopping the process of entropy in the listener. In 1996, Jim Prosser joined the band. Work began on the production of their first album, including some collaboration with the band Calcutta and artists Duke and Joshua Vosper. The album was never released, and Delta-S disbanded in 1998.
After disbanding, Lyte continued the project as a solo effort. In 1999 production for the second Delta-S album, And Sometimes..., began. This album was also unreleased. In 2000 the band adopted a new member, Lucien, and work started on a third album, Chasm. This was released as the band's debut album in March 2005, under a created record label entitled WindM Records, titled Chasm (Volume 0). The album was later re-released as Chasm (Volume 1) in May that year.
- Brian "Lyte" Judy – vocals, keys, guitar
- Robert "Lucien" Morris – guitar, vocals
- Colleen Kelly – vocals
- DJ Amanda Jones – vocals
- Nicki Tedesco – bass, upright bass, vocals, guitar
- Tony Bandos – drums
- Michael "Moe" Masingale
- Jim Prosser
- Kirsty Hawkshaw
- Pamela Vain
- DJ Type 41
- Lauren Edman
- Sheri Shaw
- Nikki Williams
- Michelle Averna
- Tranquil Chaos
- Automata 9.0 (2006, Flaming Fish) – "Rage Into Blindness" 
- Automata 10.0 (2006, Flaming Fish) – "Tempest"