Devin Alexander (d.A.) Sebasstian started playing music (Trombone) in elementary school. He found Punk Rock (1980) and sold his car to buy his first Electric Bass. He formed the Hardcore Punk - Xijix with guitarist A.J. Gerber in 1981. They performed around the San Bernardino, California area at parties and clubs. They recorded a 4 track demo in 1982 that relieved airplay on the area college stations KUOR and KSPC. When Gerber left to join the Marines after High School the band broke up. Sebasstian then joined the Avant-Garde Latin band - Freaks Amor, playing Electric Bass, Synth and occasionally Trombone. it was in Freaks that Sebasstian got extensive stage experience, playing regularly in Los Angeles clubs on bills with Suburban Lawns and Kommunity FK. Freaks Amor also recorded a 3 song 7" E.P. in 1983. Sebasstian quit Freaks Amor and fell on hard financial times. After selling most of his musical equipment, he was approached by the post-punk band Montage to sing. They also played extensively in Los Angeles and release a 4 song 12 " E.P. called Celebrate The Misery in 1984 on their own EJA Records. Citing "artistic differences" Sebasstian formed a synth project called Aside/ Beside in 1985. Though the band released several high profile "cassette only" releases and played a debut show at The Rainbow in Redlands, California, Sebasstian's drug habit was taking its toll. He broke up the band and moved around the country for several years, ending up in Seattle, Washington in 1989.
He became sober in 1991 and promptly began recording under the name Kill Switch...Klick. KsK became a live entity in 1992 with the addition of drummer Mike Ditmore and signed to Cleopatra Records in 1994. He also co-founded the N.E.C. (Northwest Elektro-Industrial Coalition), whose purpose was to help electronic based artists get shows in the Northwest and At The Door, a Northwest Aids Foundation benefit series helping to raise money and awareness of potential non-homosexual exposure to the AIDS virus. Then after three albums (Beat It To Fit, Paint It To Match, Oddities & Versions, deGENERATE) , two music videos, TV Shows and much national press, Ditmore quit Kill Switch...Klick to pursue a career at Boeing Company. In 1997 Kill Switch...Klick went on a U.S. tour supporting the deGENERATE album. Later that year they released the B-Sides and out-takes album Alt. Their final performance was the Eye On Seattle TV Show in September 1997.
Sebasstian decided to form his own label with partner Jeffrey Venturo. The label- Irregular Records released it's first CD- Americana A Tribute To Johnny Cash in 1998. The CD was instantly picked up by Redeye Distribution and sold though most of it's initial 1,000 pressing in just over a year. When Venturo quit the label in 1999, Sebasstian released two more CD's (Kill Switch...Klick- Organica & Who Cares: A Tribute To The Who) before renaming the label Go-Kustom Rekords. The first official release on Go-Kustom in 2001 was Sebasstian's own self titled CD. Go-Kustom released several more compilations in the following years and moved to Hep Cat Distribution.
2002 saw Sebasstian expand into Public Access Television with his self produced show Go-Kustom TV, featuring Kustom Kulture, Hot Rods, Music Videos and Interviews. The shows host is Lindsay Calkins. In 2003 Go-Kustom signed DragStrip Riot and released their self titled rockabilly debut. During this time Sebasstian had also been recording many different bands demos and projects, including - Sciflyer, The Bad Things, DragStrip Riot, Billy Dwaye & The Creepers, Melene Marie Brown, Ombili Troupe and others. Currently Sebasstian is writing several screenplays and a new album.