By looking at the band’s tour itinerary, it’s easy to say that the Los Angeles based band Gemini Syndrome are making sure they leave no stone unturned. Hitting just every mid-size and big city, the band is pounding the pavement with an intensity only seen by door to door bible salesman a long time ago. Realizing what it takes to make a successful band, they are churning out shows at a breakneck pace.
For the band, it’s a matter of prepping fans for the band’s debut release- which is due out sometime this Spring. The band caught the attention of Warner Bros. Records, who signed the band who had just been writing and living together all under the same roof together. Once the band was signed, the band went into the studio to work with popular hard rock producer Kevin Churko to hammer out the fine details of the band’s debut.
Things seemed to have paid off, as the band’s first single, “Pleasure and Pain” is moving up radio charts and just entered the Top 20 most requested songs on Sirius XM’s Octane. With big books and heavy riffs, it’s just a hunch that you’re gonna be seeing a lot more of Gemini Syndrome as 2013 progresses.
Gemini Syndrome has been on the road with Mushroomhead for the past month, with dates through the month of March with them. The bands have been playing a few dates on the traveling Ink Life tour, where I caught them in Florida last week. The bands make their way up to Detroit this weekend as they play Harpo’s on Saturday, March 9th. Harpo’s will be ready for the heaviness as Gemini Syndrome plans to blow out some speakers.
Gemini Syndrome open for Mushroomhead at Harpo’s on Saturday, March 9th. Tickets are $18 and are available at ticketweb.com. Additional tour dates and band info can be found at www.geminisyndrome.com.