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    Black Vinyl version of the split 7". What more is there to say. Read this review from The Ripple Effect:

    "Leaving the indy world of rock and roll behind, this next 7" plunges us straight into the techno industrial world of underground S&M clubs, mind altering substances, dark eyeliner and women who carry big, spiked cat-o-nine-tails. Promonium Jesters attack us first with their blistering assault of old school industrial rock, "Skull Duty." Massive waves of thrashing heavy guitars, tsunamis of synths, and armored batteries of drums lead the charge as the band subversives their mix with samples and all sorts of unnamed psychedelic exploration. Revving up the BPM to levels that could cause your heart to fibrillate, the song escalates into a frantic mania of guitars and keys. Never losing that all important beat, this is dense, metallic and heavy as shit. Maybe the song should be called "Skull Crusher," instead. Influences like KMFDM and The Revolting Cocks are here, but so are all the industrial standards, thrown into their blender of terror and spewed back out fully frapped. Fortunately, the song isn't a one trick pony of high rev BPM and the crew inject enough nuance and play with speed to keep it interesting all the way through.

    Not to be outdone, Adaptive Reaction on the flipside plow a similar field but do it all their own way. Throwing more dissonance into their timewarp, high-N-R-G BPM beats and downtuned guitars, shades ofFoetus or Throbbing Gristle reign supreme here. Adding to the intensity, Adaptive Reactive explode in brief, momentary flashes of dark-trip ecstasy; each of their punk industrial bullets rammed down your throat in less than 2 minutes. Of the two, "Nightmare," is my favorite. Aptly named, this is the theme music for some horrific underground club scene in a movie where all the patrons pierce their bodies under the laser lights while sipping on human blood. An absolutely charging methamphetamine shot of horror vocals, droning synths and mutated guitars and one catchy-as-fuck riff. That's not to say "Gangrene," is a slacker, it also leaves an indelible mark on your cranium with its synth heavy layers and crushing metallic guitars. Female vocals here remind me of X lost in a horror show and attacked by a morbid light show. If you can picture that. Not for the timid."

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    Limited edition translucent red vinyl 7" of the Promonium Jesters/Adaptive Reaction Split. Packaged in hand made individually numbered jackets silk screened with the band logos by Myke Adaptiv. No two are exactly alike.

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from Split 7", track released 01 August 2009

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