Amber Pacific funding campaign

2014-01-05 by Radovan Budos | 20 Comments
Amber Pacific are back and have launched a crowd funding campaign through indiegogo to record and release a new album. The band last released the album Virtues in 2010. This time around they have rejoined with original singer Matt Young, who was with the band until 2008. You can find out more information and donate to the campaign in the link below, as well as watch a video with more info from the band below. The band has also launched an Instagram where they will be posting updates, so be sure to follow them!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/amber-pacific-our-4th-studio-album

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nononsense
January 5th 2014
3504 Comments


Sweet.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
January 5th 2014
21747 Comments


Virtues was awful but this band used to rule

Digging: Coldworld - Autumn

Crawl
January 5th 2014
1957 Comments


Virtues was awful but this band used to rule [2]

Seriously man, their EP and first two studio albums are awesome. It's better than 90% of pop-punk, no doubt about it.

sithlord416
January 5th 2014
76 Comments


Hopefully their original singer can bring back the greatness of their first two albums.

Crawl
January 5th 2014
1957 Comments


I'm sure he will

MonotoneMop
January 5th 2014
394 Comments


Just yesterday I was listening to their album that I bought when I was ten for kicks. I didn't think these guys still did stuff.

pepster50
January 5th 2014
387 Comments


love this band ! virtues was shit though

Spec
January 6th 2014
31059 Comments


Virtues sucked. Please don't make this happen.

MuhNamesTyler
January 6th 2014
5615 Comments


Sweet news. I dig their old singer. I just listened to Poetically Pathetic last night ha

Storm In A Teacup
January 6th 2014
14657 Comments


If this is the band that used to be on Hopeless records I remember watching a lot of their music videos over and over

Crawl
January 6th 2014
1957 Comments


Contribute, guys

elusive
January 6th 2014
35 Comments


Gave 30 bucks. Figured it was worth it for the shirt and everything else.

Nikkolae
January 6th 2014
5085 Comments


holy fucking shit this takes me back

ProjectFreak
January 6th 2014
1762 Comments


people still care about this band?

Atari
Staff Reviewer
January 6th 2014
21747 Comments


@Spec, yeah virtues sucked but this is their original singer :3

Crawl
January 6th 2014
1957 Comments


Those perks are worth it imo

dimsim3478
January 7th 2014
7175 Comments


Band was waaaaaay underrated. Some of the best pop punk ever from the mainstream side of the sound.

Digging: Owen - The King Of Whys

Spec
January 7th 2014
31059 Comments


Oh it's the original singer? Probably should have read the summary :/

Carry on everybody.

Spec
January 7th 2014
31059 Comments


I'll shoot em thirty bucks.

skoopy48
January 7th 2014
1836 Comments


Their first album was pretty good, second one was alright, third sucked, I'm interested to see what they'll sound like with the old singer back.



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