AT THE GATES Announces Return Of Founding Guitarist ANDERS BJÖRLER

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While Swedish melodic death metal pioneers AT THE GATES continue to promote their acclaimed latest studio album, “The Nightmare Of Being”, they have now checked in after a North American tour as well as an intense run of summer festivals across Europe and in Japan with the news that founding member and guitarist Anders Björler is returning to the band’s lineup after a handful of years of absence.

AT THE GATES vocalist Tomas Lindberg comments the news: “It is with great pleasure we welcome Anders Björler, one of the founding members, back into the band. We are excited to tell you that we are already starting the work on the follow up to ‘The Nightmare Of Being’, with the same lineup that wrote ‘Terminal Spirit Disease’, ‘Slaughter Of The Soul’ and ‘At War with Reality’. Anders‘s first show back in the band will be Damnation Fest in the U.K., and he will join us on the European tour together with IN FLAMES later this year. Great times! It really feels like a second rebirth of the band, and we are looking forward to this new chapter!”

Anders Björler added the following comment: “It feels like coming home for sure. I have been missing the guys, of course, but also playing the guitar, writing music and the artistic creativity in general. I’ve been watching from the sidelines for a number of years, and I’ve been very proud of what they have created in my absence. I am really looking forward to writing a new album and getting back to playing live shows again.”

Next up, AT THE GATES will appear at U.K.’s Damnation festival before embarking on a massive tour across Europe featuring IN FLAMES, IMMINENCE and ORBIT CULTURE between November 12 and December 17.

AT THE GATES‘ special “Slaughter Of The Soul” North American tour was originally planned for the 25th anniversary of the album in 2020, the COVID-19 situation forced the band to postpone the trek until 2022. AT THE GATES played the whole “Slaughter Of The Soul” LP from start to finish, and also a mix of other tracks from its 30-plus-year career.


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