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Gemini Syndrome at The Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, Nebraska on December 6th, 2023.

Photos and Review by The Pit Magazine Contributor, Bob DeHart Photography

This was my second time getting to cover Gemini Syndrome. They have been around for a while now. Their debut album arriving in 2013 and their latest full length album “3rd Degree-The Raising” has been out since 2021. They also have a newly released single “Conquistador” that is in my opinion one of their best songs yet.

As veterans on the touring circuit you are promised a solid performance each time out. They have a very distinct sound that I think sets them apart from a lot of their contemporaries. Lead vocalist Aaron Nordstrom’s voice is unique in so many ways. It’s haunting at times when you hear that growl he uses. Perfect for the type of songs the Gemini Syndrome play.

They are a fun band to watch, each member is pretty unique in their approach and look. Bassist Alessandro AP Paveri, a solid bassist, looks like he could play a bad guy in a thriller movie. With his tattooed face and calm demeanor, he looks like he feels no pressure and his loves his job. Guitarist Meegs Rascon, plays to the crowd quite a bit and is theatrical in his movements and playing style. And last but not least, drummer Brian Steel Medina, also plays to the crowd quite a bit. He stands up a lot at his kit getting the crowd going, he kept his hood up the whole night with heavy make-up that gave him scary look. I say scary, but I really mean
cool.

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Photos by The Pit Magazine photographer, Bob DeHart Photography in York, Nebraska. ©2023.

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