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4.7 out of 5
86 Ratings
86 Ratings
Name in progress ,

Poetic Elegance

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.

The Eclipse Of Luna ,

Such a good band!

This band is fantastic! They know that the band needs many heavy songs to keep listeners happy. But they also know to throw some slower songs in the mix too! Many metal heads even like the slower songs more! I'm no different. The melody of "Say Goodnight" was one of the most beautifully created masterpieces I've ever heard! This band is going places and I'm proud to say I'll be along for the ride for many years to come!

Amonkeybutt77 ,

One of the best new bands

My transition into metal has been slow in my short 21 years on this planet, starting from awesome bands like The Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam when I was younger. Gradually I included stuff like TOOL and Rage Against the machine. In high school I found Periphery, Haarp Machine and Animals as Leaders.

Gemini Syndrome has got to be my best random YouTube finds. They hang in there with all of the above and then some. A positive message coupled with a mega talented band and lead singer honestly makes them one of the best out there in my opinion. Highly underrated. This newest album knocks it out of the park, with Remember We Die gut punching me right in the feels. Seriously. If you're having a hard time out there in the world, you need this band. I really feel like they're genuine people, otherwise their music wouldn't be this good.

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