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GEMINI SYNDROME TO HEADLINE THE “SYNNER CONVERSION TOUR”

June 28, 2018

Alternative metal five-piece Gemini Syndrome is slated to headline the Synner Conversion Tour this summer, taking a break from writing their third studio album, expected to be released in late 2018 via RED MUSIC.

 

"The Oracle has foreseen that Gemini Syndrome will be sharing the stage with fellow conspirators, Code Red Riot, occurring in alignment with the Estival Solstice. This Summer Conversion is a recess in writing and recording our next album, the third and final act of the trilogy. We look forward to sharing this sacred rite with you.” - Brian Steel Medina (drums)

 

SYNNER CONVERSION TOUR w/ Code Red Riot: 
07/08 @ The Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK 
07/10 @ Lefty's Live – Des Moines, IA 
07/11 @ The Forge – Joliet, IL 
07/12 @ Rock USA – Oshkosh, WI † 
07/13 @ Nikki's – Sturgis, MI 
07/14 @ The Machine Shop – Flint, MI 
07/15 @ Empire Concert Club – Akron, OH 
07/17 @ Guitars – Joplin, MO 
07/18 @ Aftershock – Merriam, KS 
07/19 @ Sunshine Studios Live – Colorado Springs, CO 
07/20 @ Herman's Hideaway – Denver, CO 
07/21 @ Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM 
07/22 @ Club Red – Mesa, AZ

† Festival date, no Code Red Riot

 

The band is offering VIP packages for $60, including an intimate acoustic performance, autographed poster and an exclusive “Synner” laminate. VIP experiences can be purchased at the band’s official merch store. The “Synner Conversion Tour” kicks off on July 8, and tickets are available now at the venue ticketing websites.

 

 

Las Vegas-based hard rock band Code Red Riotwill join Gemini Syndrome on the road. The four-piece is gearing up for the release of their debut full-length, Mask, due out on June 29, 2018 via RED MUSIC. Watch the music video for their debut single, “Living Low,” here.

Code Red Riot lead singer Corky Gainsford, previously of active rock band OTHERWISE, landed five Top 20 singles and released two full-length albums in addition to touring relentlessly and being featured at every major rock festival in the U.S.

“I’m incredibly excited that our first national tour is with our brothers in Gemini Syndrome! I’ve known those guys for years, going back to when we were all unsigned bands hustling on the Los Angeles circuit,” commented Gainsford. “We’re charged up, fired up, and ready to bring the riot on the road!"

 

 

 

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