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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

84 Ratings

Poetic Elegance

Name in progress,

To witness a band like Gemini Syndrome surface in the metal world was a sight to behold. Not many bands could blend beauty and distain into a sound of controlled discord like them. Now three years later, the band plows on with authority in Memento Mori. Quality wise, nothing has really changed. They sound exactly the same as they did in Lux. But that’s not to say that’s a bad thing. The sounds are raw, lyrics are cryptic, and the voices feel like they have some things to get off their chests. And with the amount of material on this album, it will be sure to keep you occupied. This is still a great time for new fans to jump into GS and for previous fans, you won’t be disappointed. Memento Mori is a worthy follow-up for Gemini Syndrome’s catalog.

Great band

Moses Rail,

Lux to me was the best album of 2013, it had been a long time since an album never got boring to me and I played it months and now years later still loving it. The new songs I've heard from Memento Mori have been just as good with each new release better than the previous one. Remember We Die is beautifully done and Anonymous is a powerful opener. This album will no doubt me my favorite of 2016 when it drops. I cannot wait!

About Gemini Syndrome

Formed in 2010 around the talents of vocalist Aaron Nordstrom (formerly a guitarist with Otep), drummer Steele Medina, guitarists Rich Juzwick and Mike Salerno, and bass player Alessandro Paveri, the Los Angeles-based mainstream metal quintet Gemini Syndrome spent their formative days opening for bands like Nonpoint and Murderdolls on the Sunset Strip. As their reputation within the L.A. hard rock scene grew, so did their audience, and soon after the release of their 2011 debut EP, the band inked a major-label deal with Warner Bros. with plans for a debut long-player. The resulting Lux, which has drawn comparisons to bands like Disturbed, Stone Sour, and System of a Down, was released in 2013. Following a switch to Sony-affiliated Another Century Records, they began working with Canadian father-and-son duo Kevin and Kane Churko to produce their follow-up, Memento Mori, which was released in August 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger

    Los Angeles, CA

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