Anders Björler


1990 Infestation [SWE] - guitar  
1990 Liers In Wait - guitars  
1990-2017 At The Gates - guitars  
1995 Terror - guitar  
1996-2012 The Haunted - guitars  
2013- Antikythera - guitars, mellotron, moog  

Guest musician

2007 Annihilator - guitars  
2008 Evocation - guitar solos  

Personal information

Born on: 26.02.1973
Official website

Anders Björler (born 26 February 1973) is a thrash/death metal musician from Sweden.

Heralded as one of the fathers of Gothenburg melodic death metal, he led At the Gates, an influential and popular death metal band. A founding member of At the Gates with his twin brother Jonas Björler, Tomas Lindberg, Alf Svensson, and Adrian Erlandsson, he wrote much of their material and went on to inspire many to follow their style of music.

In 1996 at the end of the European tours of their final album Slaughter of the Soul, At the Gates split up and Anders started a band with Jonas and drummer Erlandsson called The Haunted. They released their first album, the self-titled The Haunted in 1998.

He fails to properly answer any question regarding his religious beliefs. He recently documents the band on the studio and on tour. In The Drowning music video, it's revealed that he plays the Quake video game series.

In October 2007, it was announced that At the Gates has reformed for tour that will kick off in the summer of 2008. On the official band's website Q&A, Anders stated that they currently have no plans to make a new album and declared, "it would be pointless to release something more than 10 years after Slaughter of the Soul".