Anberlin Drummer Joins Yellowcard

2014-03-24 by Dalton DuBois | 21 Comments
Pop punk band "Yellowcard" have announced that in the light of their recent drummer's
departure that they have acquired Nate Young from Anberlin to fill in his shoes for the
recording of the new album. It is unknown whether or not this change is permanent or just
for the album.

We are happy to let you know that our friend Nate Young of Anberlin will be playing drums
on the new record. We've known Nate for a long time and can't wait to work with him
creatively.


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ASnideReturns
March 24th 2014
5286 Comments


Should be interesting.

Mutantsnowstorm
March 24th 2014
259 Comments


Haven't listened to much anberlin, but from what i have heard he seems like a good replacement

climactic
March 24th 2014
20361 Comments


Pop punk band "Yellowcard"


suspicious quotation marks

SnakeDelilah
March 24th 2014
10727 Comments


well at least yellowcard isn't breaking up

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SGGreenman
March 24th 2014
985 Comments


I bet he just stays for the album

DreamAgain
March 24th 2014
297 Comments


Last yellowcard was so good, can't wait to hear the next evolution.

Killerhit
March 24th 2014
5508 Comments


if yellowcard broke up

suicide

YoYoMancuso
March 24th 2014
11419 Comments


nice i saw him live when they opened for Smashing Pumpkins and he's a fantastic drummer, tons of energy.

tommygun
March 25th 2014
25627 Comments


ye this guy is swee

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joshieboy12345
March 25th 2014
5377 Comments


Awesome replacement.

AmericnZero02
March 25th 2014
3397 Comments


Nate is a killer drummer. Still bummed about anberlin splitting...

StreetlightRock
Emeritus
March 25th 2014
3800 Comments


Oh that's cool.

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ASnideReturns
March 25th 2014
5286 Comments


Wait, Anberlin isn't a band anymore?

tommygun
March 25th 2014
25627 Comments


breakin up after next alb i think

ASnideReturns
March 25th 2014
5286 Comments


Ahh, well damn.

ProjectFreak
March 25th 2014
1539 Comments


Nate is a monster drummer, I'm excited. If he ends up being a permanent pickup, it'll be really interesting. His style's very different from Longineu's.

sithlord416
March 25th 2014
76 Comments


Damn, this is a great choice. Nate has grown so much as a drummer, and Vital is evidence enough to support that. Very excited to hear this album now.

Green Baron
March 25th 2014
21579 Comments


stoked

ASnideReturns
March 25th 2014
5286 Comments


Can't wait to hear the new album. Southern Air was great.

PuddlesPuddles
March 26th 2014
4787 Comments


Classic pop punk free agency move

Green Baron
March 26th 2014
21579 Comments


We have Yellowcard drummer leaves band and Anberlin Drummer Joins Yellowcard next to each other in most popular news. lol



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