Gemini Syndrome have announced that they will release their new album, Memento Mori, on August 19th via Another Century. The alternative Hard Rock outfit will continue to push the envelope both musically and thematically on the upcoming record, which is the follow up to their 2013 debut Lux. Memento Mori, which was produced by the legendary father/son duo of Kane and Kevin Churko, is a direct successor to Lux in a three part trilogy; with the latter being a representation of birth, and the former acting a reminder of life.
Brian Medina (drums) comments on the meaning of the album title and artwork (which can be found below), stating, “The title of the new album, Memento Mori, essentially means ‘Remember, We Die’. The artwork 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.”
Last week the band also announced that Daniel Sahagún (guitar) and Charles Lee Salvaggio (guitar) had joined the group. In addition to both men joining the band’s touring lineup, they are also featured on the new record.