Anthony is currently the lead vocalist for the band Circa Survive, and recently released his solo album entitled “Avalon” on August 5th, 2008.
He is also the ex-lead vocalist for the band Saosin. He is well known for his impressively high vocal range. He also took part in a side project known as The Sound of Animals Fighting which is a prog rock band featuring members of Rx Bandits and Finch. Other past and present side projects and bands include, High and Driving, Audience of One, Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer and Jeer At Rome. He also has been featured in guest vocals in many bands, such as Fear Before the March of Flames, The Receiving End of Sirens, Envy on the Coast, The Spill Canvas, Say Anything, and Good Old War
On an interesting side note, the William J. Green Jr. Federal Building in Philadelphia is named after his Grandfather.
In 2003, Anthony Green moved to Southern California from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to pursue a future with Saosin. Saosin would release only one EP, entitled Translating The Name, with Green in the lineup before his departure.
Anthony left Saosin in early 2004 to form Circa Survive, the band immediately gained the support of Equal Vision Records and within a year had released a limited edition tour EP entitled The Inuit Sessions. Anthony Green considers Circa Survive his only band, and has labeled his other ventures as “projects,” these include The Sound Of Animals Fighting and his solo career.