While many bands have produced concept
albums, Gemini Syndrome is pushing things a bit further.
They are revealing a multifaceted story across a three record
arc. Their first album, “LUX,” was about birth and
self-awareness. This record, “Memento Mori,” is about
recognizing mortality and living one’s life to its fullest.
The third album will presumably be about the closing years of
After nearly three years of touring on
“LUX,” the band's maturity and their development is very
apparent on “Memento Mori.” The first single,
"Anonymous," comments upon the war on mental freedom that’s
being waged here – by many entities including media and
politics. The ideal of course is to protect the
sovereignty of our mind and spirit. Gemini Syndrome’s
most recent single and album namesake, “Remember We Die”
heralds our own mortality.
The album artwork reflects the
complexities of this musical journey. It is designed to
show the different layers of our physical and spiritual form
going through the phases of disintegration, ending in the
release of the soul. Yes, there’s a lot going on here if
you wish to dig.
I caught up with drummer Brian
Medina to ask about the new record. Watch...