In November 2008 after eight-months on Neighbours Geyer announced he was leaving the series to revamp his music career.Geyer portrays the role of Mike Stokes a former high school wrestler who competes in MMA.Geyer's performance of Ryan Cabrera's "On the Way Down" on 15 October received a "touchdown" from judge Mark Holden.
Geyer's interest in music started early in his childhood.
He learned to play the guitar, and wrote his first song entitled "Change" which was based on his move from South Africa to Australia.
During his schooling life in Melbourne, Australia, he attended Melbourne High School - a selective-entry, all boys' school in South Yarra, Victoria.
At his Australian Idol audition, he played a self-composed song called "Nice to Meet You".
Geyer portrayed the role of Ty Harper an aspiring musician who had dropped out of law-school and moved to Erinsborough.
Geyer worked with Neighbours drama coach Mike Bishop for four months to help prepare himself for the role and he took vocal lessons to work with his South African accent.
Despite a successful first week the album quickly dropped out of the charts due to little promotion and no planned second single.
Initially Geyer was to support Young Divas on their nationwide Australian tour but dropped out to instead promote Rush in several in-store appearances and signings.
In 2004, Geyer formed a band called "Third Edge" and recorded his original music at Studio 52.
Studio 52 then permitted Geyer and his band to perform at the Kool Skools awards night, but they only received a nomination.
Geyer worked with Grammy Award nominated Music Producer Greg Wells and co-wrote eight of the thirteen tracks on his debut album.