The Artemis Complex is the debut album for Interface, released in January 1999. Originally self-pressed and intended to be sold independently, it wasn't long before Tinman Records signed Interface to a distribution deal. Between the album's release and the band's increasing marketing presence on the internet, Interface's fanbase grew accordingly. Tinman also lifted the track "Frantic" for their compilation CD Ringworm V1 in early 1999.
Interface self-released the first LP The Artemis Complex in January 1999. New Brunswick, NJ based label Tinman Records signed the group, picked up the album and released it that summer. The onstage lineup expanded to Eric's brother Evan Eldredge (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Jon Billian (keyboards) that summer. On a Myspace blog on December 24, 2007 the band announced that a new album Destination Focus will be out in 2008, preceded by an EP called Modern Life. However, these names appeared reversed upon the release of Destination Focus as the EP on October 28. Visions Of Modern Life was released February 24, 2009 on Nilaihah.
Listen free to Interface – The Artemis Complex (Artemis 1, Frantic and more). The first full-length album was released in January 1999 and brought together definitive recordings of all of the most popular songs alongside new material. Featured guest appearances by DJ Essence and Julie from Persephone's Veil. It won Interface a spot on the roster of Tinman Records. In 2007, 8 years after its initial release, the album has been digitally re-released in cooperation with Nilaihah through its digital download sites. As a special feature, it also includes the Metalstorm 2007.
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New York's Interface debuted in 1999 with The Artemis Complex. Placing new material alongside definitive recordings of songs from. New York's Interface debuted in 1999 with The Artemis Complex. Placing new material alongside definitive recordings of songs from earlier demos, it landed the band a distribution deal with Tinman Records. open in pop-up player.
|8||Heaven And Hell||4:08|
|10||The Softest Blade||6:33|
|14||Metalstorm (GASR Remix)
Remix – GASR
|15||Metalstorm (Blind Dead Remix)
Remix – Monoculture
|16||Metalstorm (Hypofixx Remix)
Remix – Hypofixx
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