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James Geiser

James Geiser is a former award winning Television News Photojournalist and internationally published photographer, after spending five years in the local television news media being bound by the creative restraints of content based production, he decided to leave his job in television to find his love for photography and video production again. He is a former student at Winston-Salem State University, where he majored in Mass Communications and Digital broadcast operations. He is not only just a journalist but he is also an experienced videographer, delivering a multimedia journalistic addition to Antihero Magazine

Interview: SMILE EMPTY SOUL

Smile Empty Soul

Antihero Magazine journalist James Geiser spoke to Smile Empty Soul in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Smile Empty Soul is a hard rock trio that originated in Los Angeles, CA in the late 1990’s and has stayed true to their brand of “no bullshit”, “real as it gets” hard rock to this …

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Interview: MADAME MAYHEM

Madame Mayhem

Antihero Magazine journalist James Geiser spoke to Madame Mayhem in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Manhattan-born singer-songwriter, Madame Mayhem™, is a true rocker with an eclectic style in every aspect of life. With her ‘in your face’ attitude, Mayhem is definitely the right word to describe this extreme artist. She began to …

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Interview: Matt Snell of INVIDIA

Invidia

Antihero Magazine‘s James Geiser spoke with bassist Matt Snell of Las Vegas-based Metal band Invidia. Check out the interview right here!! ABOUT INVIDIA: It may sound trite, but Invidia is truly a brotherhood. When they came together to make As The Sun Sleeps, they knew just what they didn’t want and …

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Interview: Ron Totman of THE PARALLEL

The Parallel

Antihero Magazine‘s James Geiser spoke with drummer Ron Totman of Canadian progressive hardcore outfit The Parallel. Check out the interview right here!! Since the release of 2015’s “Embark” EP on Subliminal Groove Records, The Parallel has continued to bring progressive, cascading instrumentals to the fore with a unique and high-octane …

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Interview: GEMINI SYNDROME

Gemini Syndrome

Antihero Magazine’s James Geiser had a chance to catch up with the guys from Gemini Syndrome on their recent tour with Fozzy, and chatted about the post-show acoustic set, plans for the next album, and the addition of former Coal Chamber guitarist Meegs Rascon to the Gemini Syndrome lineup. The …

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Interview: Jenny Mann of BLAMESHIFT

Blameshift

Antihero Magazine‘s James Geiser spoke with Blameshift vocalist, Jenny Mann. Check out the interview here! Blameshift Bio: Blood, Sweat, Tears…and more sweat! For the four members of Blameshift, those words are much more than a cliche, they are real life. The story of Blameshift is as much about overcoming obstacles, …

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Interview: Paul Mazurkiewicz of CANNIBAL CORPSE

Cannibal Corpse

Antihero Magazine’s James Geiser had the opportunity to chat with Cannibal Corpse drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz about the upcoming release of the band’s fourteenth studio album, Red Before Black, which will be released on November 3, 2017 via Metal Blade Records. Formed in 1988, Buffalo born/Tampa raised Cannibal Corpse helped found, …

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Interview: Anthony Vincent of Set The Charge and 10 Second Songs

Anthony Vincent

Antihero Magazine‘s James Geiser spoke to vocalist Anthony Vincent of Set The Charge and Ten Second Songs. Listen to the interview below! Set The Charge, an original four-piece band from New York, was largely a studio project until early 2014 when founding members Frank and Anthony Valbiro connected with Derek Ortiz and Tom Dicarlucci. In 2015, Set …

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Album Review: BOBAFLEX – Eloquent Demons

Bobaflex

After the release of their 7th studio album in 2015, “Anything That Moves”, rockers Bobaflex are back and have released their newest addition to their discography on the world. Eloquent Demons is the 8th release from the band, gaining much attention with their cover of Pink Floyd’s “Hey You” fans …

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