GEMINI FIVE: New Demo Track Available For Streaming

A new GEMINI FIVE demo track entitled "If The Good Die Young" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. The track is expected to appear on the Swedish hard rockers' forthcoming fourth album, which is currently being recorded at Sweet Studio with Martin Sweet (CRASHDIET) and bandmembers Hot Rod and Tin Star handling the production duties.

"If The Good Die Young" is the first audio sample of the new GEMINI FIVE lineup, featuring the band's latest addition, guitarist Tom Wouda.

GEMINI FIVE released its third album, "Sex Drugs Anarchy", in May 2008. The CD was produced by Hot Rod and Tin Star and was recorded and mixed at the Stappenwolf Studio in Stockholm, Sweden between October 2007 and January 2008. Guest musicians on the album include Martin Sweet (lead guitar on three tracks and backing vocals), Peter London (backing vocals) and Eric Young (backing vocals); and Marcus Jidell of Danish/Swedish hard rockers ROYAL HUNT (lead guitar on three tracks). Kory Clarke (WARRIOR SOUL, SPACE AGE PLAYBOYS) co-wrote the lyrics on four tracks.


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