| Roger J. Beaujard|
| Roger Beaujard|
1991 - present
Record Label Owner
Web-Hosting and Design Company Owner
Death metal, Grindcore, Deathgrind, Industrial metal
Hacked up for Barbecue, Darkest Day of Horror, Final Bloodbath Sessions, Domain of Death, Re‑Animated Dead Flesh
Roger J. Beaujard Wikipedia
Roger J. Beaujard (December 20, 1971, Bronxville, New York) is an American musician.
Roger is primarily known as the guitarist & drum machine programmer for the death metal band Mortician. He joined Mortician in January 1991, replacing Incantation guitarist John McEntee, who had been providing his services to Mortician until the band could find a permanent guitarist. Roger has also played drums in Mortician during live appearances while other musicians handled guitar duties, and composes most of the music for Mortician. Roger was born in Bronxville, New York and raised in Tuckahoe. After over a decade living in Long Pond, Pennsylvania, he currently resides in Highland, NY. He is also a self-proclaimed atheist.
In addition to playing guitar, drums, and programming the drum machine for Mortician, Roger performs these duties, as well as playing bass guitar and even doing vocals for other bands.Roger was the drummer for American death metal band Malignancy until 2003.
Roger handles vocal, guitar, bass, and drum programming for Primitive Brutality, as well as composing the music and lyrics.
Roger is the founding member and main songwriter for the controversial metal act Prosthetic Cunt.
Roger is the composer for the 100% digital American grindcore band GRINDbot.
Roger has re-joined Malignancy (March 2010) this time around on bass guitar and is featured on the Eugenics CD. As of 2012 Roger has moved on from Malignancy.
Roger also busies himself with projects and occupations other than playing music.He is the founder and owner of Primitive Recordings, an online record store and record label.
He was the founder and owner of Domains Unlimited, a web-hosting and design company.
He was the founder and owner of GetShirtsPrinted.com, a t-shirt printing business.