"Promonium's easygoing stage presence, combined with a deceptively powerful array of talent, won over the crowd and left the stage destroyed."
- Lüke Haughwout, ReGen Magazine
"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."
- The Ripple Effect
"This has nothing to do with the type of goth club fodder that Metropolis shits out."
- Paul Simpson, foxy digitalis
"excellent blend of harsh expressions of Industrial-metal and awesome atmospheric electronic soundscapes. " - Vital Weekly
"these Uxbridge, Ontario weirdos create industrial electronic music heavy in aggression, but interspersed with moments of contemplation."
- Matt Shimmer, Indieville
"Imagine early My Life With the Thrill Kill Cult on meth"
- Steve Mecca, Chain D.L.K.
"Promonium Jesters would be the best described as being minimal and complex."
"The old school fans certainly will enjoy this one. Cyberpunk like you won't hear everyday. "
- Gerardo, Industrialized Metal
"It's apparent that they are quite eclectic and that you can't stick them in a box. It's not metal, not goth or ambient or industrial, but maybe a little of each, but not just in that order – or any order, for that matter – they do their own takes on each of their favorite influences and give them a tweak and a twist and turn, making it into something that is their own and not derivative of any particular genres on their own."
- Blond Adonis, Heathen Harvest
"will be loved by all fans of older and more aggressive Skinny Puppy and NIN."
- NINa, FABRYKA MAGAZINE
"the band’s music immediately builds a suffocating and frantic atmosphere that’s almost uncomfortable."
- BrianBacklash, ReGen Magazine
"The Promonium Jesters, brought more synth, a lot of energy and the spirit of the likes of Skinny Puppy and Rage Against the Machine. There wasn’t a bass in sight but the wall of sound they supplied shook the Slice to it’s very core, rattling beer glasses on vibrating tables. I was almost afraid the roof would collapse. They almost knocked you down with that wall of sound. They ended with four guitars creating the wall followed by the lead singer ripping the strings off of his."
- Richard Amery, The Lethbridge Alberta Beat
Live review from ReGen
Live review from The Lethbridge Alberta Beat
EP2010 review from ReGen
EP2010 review from Foxy Digitalis
EP2010 review from Industrialized Metal
EP2010 review from Grave Concerns
EP2010 review from Chain D.L.K.
EP2010 review from Fabryka
EP2010 review from Side-Line
Live review from Hellbound.ca
Split 7" review from Indieville
Split 7" review from Side-Line
Split 7" review from Industrialized Metal
Split 7" review from The Ripple Effect
Interview with Fabryka
Psychic Warfare review from Heathen Harvest
Psychic Warfare review from Side-Line
Your Face review from Indieville
Time and Place review from Funprox
The Promonium EP review from Funprox
The Promonium EP review from Wrapped In Wire