New Clip for Anberlin's 'We Are Destroyer'

Punk rockers Anberlin have just released a brand new video for their track 'We Are Destroyer' off their latest album Lowborn (it's at the bottom of this article!)

The video is made up of clips from their live performances over the past year, and coincided with the opening of their new website.

The song is pretty great - and the rest of the album is wicked too - so if you're interested go and give it a download from iTunes.


Watch Anberlin Live (Kind of)

Anberlin are in the final leg of their final ever tour (insert crying-face emoji here) - and for those who've missed out on seeing them one last time (like the entire population of NZ), Yahoo! are streaming their New York City show tomorrow afternoon NZ Time.

So set your alarm for 2:40pm tomorrow and catch it live, or watch it through the 24hr replay afterwards.

If you haven't got Anberlin's final album Lowborn yet... seriously?? Fix that.

Oh and check out this interview with guitarist Christian McAlhaneyMcAlhaney, where there's talk of final tour documentaries, box-sets, and future side-projects...


New Music from Anchor & Braille

Anchor & Braille, which features Stephen Christian of Anberlin, have released 2 new songs "Fatal Flaw" and "Detroit Stab". A post from their new label MP45 states that A&B will now "as the primary outlet for Christian's creativity". 

Stephen's also released two song explanation videos, and talks about the next chapter of his musical career.


Anberlin Remix Contest

Tooth & Nail have launched an Anberlin remix contest on Indiloop. The winner receives VIP tickets to one of their final shows in New York as well as a signed merch pack!

Entrants can remix any track from the band's new album Lowborn. And it looks like you don't even have to be a pro-DJ to have a go at using Indiloop to make a remix. Worth a shot if you've got some spare time / study procrastinating to do!


Stephen Christian to release worship album

Stephen Christian, frontman of Anberlin, announced on the latest Bad Christian podcast that he will be releasing a worship album next year. He also talked about hard times on the road over the last 12 years.

Following pretty solid solo-worship releases from the likes of Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost) and Dustin Kensrue (Thrice), I think this should be pretty good!

NOTE: The Bad Christian podcast is pretty raw and uncut - the issues get serious and the language sometimes used could be offensive.

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