industrial/"aggro-tech" acts bring us this auspicious split. Synthesized
aggro-beats, power chords, and angry vocals characterize
Promonium Jesters' side. This isn't my cup of tea, but they seem
to do it with ample urgency and aggression. Especially titillating
is the sinister synth exploration that finishes off the track.
Adaptive Reaction are a more vibrant band due to their concise,
high-tempo compositions - both tracks are lively bursts of menacing
energy. Vocalist Myke helps make "Nightmare" a convincing
burst of angry industrial rock, though the rapid-fire beats and
pushy guitars do the majority of the talking. Mila tackles
vocal duties on "Gangrene," and manages to inject a fair bit of
melody into an otherwise cookie-cutter track; it's a shame the
lyrics themselves are dismally juvenile.