Gemini Syndrome To Perform Live At Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Courtesy: Century Media Records

Gemini Syndrome recently wrapped up its latest live run in support of its new album, but the band’s live schedule is not over yet.

The band is scheduled to perform at this year’s Blue Ridge Rock Festival Sept. 10 in Danville, VA. Tickets for the concert are available here.

Front man Aaron Nordstrom said in a prepared statement, he and his band mates are anticipating the group’s performance.

“After all that the world has been through, it will be nice to be part of the communion of synners once again,” he said. “See you all soon!”

Drummer Brian Steele Medina expanded on Nordstrom’s comments.

“It’s great to get back out and visit with our brothers and sisters again,” said Medina. “Now more than ever we could all use music and human contact to balance out the pandemic, murder hornets & Pentagon UFO videos.”

Gemini Symdrome’s new album, 3rd Degree — The Raising is scheduled for release Oct. 15 through Century Media Records. The album’s track listing is noted below.

3rd Degree – The Raising Track Listing:



3-Die With Me

4-Baptized In Fire

5-Children of the Sun


7-Broken Reflection

8-Sum Quod Eris

9-Best of Me


11-Hold the Line

12-Where We Started From

13-Fiat Lux

Gemini Syndrome premiered the album’s latest single, ‘Broken Reflection‘ digitally Aug. 26. Its premiere follows those of the album’s other singles, ‘Abandoned,‘ ‘Die With Me,’ ‘IDK‘ and ‘Reintegration.‘

More information on Gemini Syndrome’s new album, single, video and live appearances is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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