|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Beautiful Black World||9||Audio||2002-02-00||Live Bait Recording Foundation|
|3||Dreams Into Dust||9||Audio||2008-10-05||The Sound Genetic|
|5||digital:METAL.fUcK||3||Audio||1998||Creative Expression Collective|
|6||Interpretation (The Last Supper Mix)||3||Audio||2011||Smell The Stench|
|7||Live Transmission 1998||4||Audio||2010-10-30||The Sound Genetic|
|8||Edge And Effect||6||Audio||2009||The Sound Genetic|
|9||Songs For The Dead||10||Audio||2011-11-11||Samboy Get Help! Recordings|
|10||World's End||7||Audio||2011-08-09||Samboy Get Help! Recordings|
|11||Noise Pigs||14||Audio||2013||Samboy Get Help! Recordings|
Enjoying the sounds coming from the Wax Trax, Metropolis and Cleopatra labels, Artemis slowly began his foray into Industrial Dance music. Continued exposure to all the many forms of electronica started to cause a slight shift in his musical direction, and elements of soundscape and noise slowly manifested themselves in his works.
Initially formed as a collaborative improvisational Noise project with veteran Ambient artist PBK, Artemis continues to release his Soundscape works and Experimental stylings as Acclimate. Never losing sight of his original musical ambitions, rhythm has remained an ever present and important constant in several of his many compositions.
"Power Noise and Power Electronics can be brutal, harsh and certainly evoke certain emotions, but when combined with an unyielding, trudging beat... It's intrinsically Primal. The Body wants to move-- it feels compelled. There's simply no stopping it". ---Artemis K Interview, Freaked The Fuck Out Magazine 2004