I Am Gemini finds Cursive rediscovering both the fractured riffing of their earliest albums and the grand conceptual bent of albums such as The Ugly Organ, bolstered by the big, heavy production talents of Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Isis, The Sword) and the big, heavy thematic inclinations of frontman Tim Kasher, who whipped up a little two-act play for the occasion. It’s your basic tale of good and evil brothers separated at birth and reuniting violently—you know, the dual sign of the Gemini, the fusion of opposites—wait, no spoilers. (via Cursive: I Am Gemini (Saddle Creek) | Under The Radar)

I Am Gemini finds Cursive rediscovering both the fractured riffing of their earliest albums and the grand conceptual bent of albums such as The Ugly Organ, bolstered by the big, heavy production talents of Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Isis, The Sword) and the big, heavy thematic inclinations of frontman Tim Kasher, who whipped up a little two-act play for the occasion. It’s your basic tale of good and evil brothers separated at birth and reuniting violently—you know, the dual sign of the Gemini, the fusion of opposites—wait, no spoilers. (via Cursive: I Am Gemini (Saddle Creek) | Under The Radar)

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    Simply amazing.
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