Sunday, 28 May 2017

Interview: BLACKWATER DROWNING

Local Rock and Metal fans of all ages converged on The Fillmore Underground in Charlotte, N.C. for a memorable night of high energy music and to also celebrate the release of the new album titled Far From Strangers from the night’s headlining act, Reason Define. We spoke with the band before the show about the new album, which they described as “a step forward in their musical careers,” giving the band momentum as the concert season begins.

Once the band hit the stage, the large crowd immediately erupted into cheers, passing their energy to the musicians on stage. Playing songs from previous releases, their own rendition of Paramore’s “Misery Business,” and songs from the new release. In a fury of hair and jumping, Reason Define left absolutely everything they had on stage, giving their fans their all.

The bill consisted not only of the all-female rock band, but also another local female-fronted metal act, Blackwater Drowning, who’s high energy performance captured the crowd’s attention with their blend of hard-hitting, heavy vocals and melodic singing.

Tune in to Antihero Magazine on YouTube for full interviews with the bands and exclusive video from the album release show.

Blackwater Drowning

Photos by James Geiser

About 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 internationally published photographer and a experienced videographer, delivering a multimedia journalistic addition to Antihero Magazine

Check Also

Sloth Herder

Interview: Nick Craggs of SLOTH HERDER

Antihero Magazine had the opportunity to chat with Sloth Herder guitarist, Nick Craggs about the …