September 19, 2012 — ANBERLIN are set to hit the road supporting alternative rock legends, The Smashing Pumpkins, on the fall leg of their “Oceania” tour. The Florida quintet will begin the jaunt on October 2 at the MTS Center in Winnipeg, Canada and continue through October 20 at the Roy Wilkens Auditorium in Minneapolis, MN.

ANBERLIN also recently dropped their brand new single, “Someone, Anyone” on iTunes and other digital retailers. The track evokes a myriad of emotions with its warm guitar rapture and vocalist Stephen Christian’s inimitable and infectious cadence. The track’s music video will make its debut on VEVO soon. Driven by uncontainable youthful spirit, the song functions as a proper prelude to the band’s anxiously awaited sixth full-length album forREPUBLIC RECORDSVITAL, in stores and available online October 16. The iTunes pre-order for VITAL is live now and fans who purchase early will receive “Self-Starter” from the record.

The record follows up 2010’s critically acclaimed DARK IS THE WAY, LIGHT IS THE PLACE, which entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at Number 9, moving over 31,000 units during release week. In addition, it claimed the Number 1 spot on Billboard‘s Christian Albums chart, Number 2 on the Digital Albums chart, and Number 4 on both the Rock and Alternative Albums charts.

VITAL is another essential release from ANBERLIN. Be sure to experience it this fall.

Confirmed tour Dates:

9/15 Bristow, VA                       DC 101 Kerfuffle w/ The Offspring, Garbage

9/16 Charlotte, NC                     The End Weenie Roast w/ Coheed and Cambria

With The Smashing Pumpkins

10/2 Winnipeg, Canada              MTS Center

10/4 Calgary, Canada                Scotiabank Saddledome

10/5 Edmonton, Canada            Rexall Place

10/7 Vancouver, Canada            Rogers Arena

10/10 Seattle, WA                      Comcast Arena

10/12 San Francisco, CA           Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

10/13 San Diego, CA                 Viejas Arena

10/14 Los Angeles, CA              Gibson Amphitheatre

10/16 Denver, CO                      1st Bank Center

10/18 St. Louis, MO                   Chaifetz Arena

10/19 Chicago, IL                      Allstate Arena

10/20 Minneapolis, MN              Roy Wilkens Auditorium

Headline Dates

11/6 Charleston, SC                   The Music Farm

11/7 Raleigh, NC                       Lincoln Theatre

11/9 Columbus, OH                   Newport Music Hall

11/10 Buffalo, NY                      Infinity

11/11 Allentown, PA                  Crocodile Rock

11/14 Toledo, OH                      The Omni

11/15 Grand Rapids, MI             The Intersection

11/16 Pittsburgh, PA                 Mr. Smalls

11/17 Albany, NY                      Upstate Concert Hall

11/18 Hartford, CT                     Webster Theatre

11/20 Knoxville, TN                    Valarium

12/2 Jacksonville, FL                 X102.9’s The Big Ticket w/ Rise Against, Bush


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