Amber Pacific To Enter Studio With Mike Herrera of MxPx

Back around age 15, as I was just beginning to delve into the wonderful world of music, I stumbled across Amber Pacific’s first album, The Possibility and the Promise, and almost instantly fell in love. “Poetically Pathetic” was my angst-filled teenage anthem for subsequent months, and though the group’s more recent recordings haven’t impacted me as much as their earlier attempts, I still check in on the Washington outfit from time to time.

As such, I was pretty stoked when the five-piece recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund their fourth studio album. Though the band didn’t meet their $20,000 goal, fans still showed up, and earlier this morning Amber Pacific unveiled more details on their newest album.

The group will record their forthcoming effort with Mike Herrera of MxPx, who aside from producing will additionally provide bass for the entire record. At this time, AP is set to hit the studio April 21.

This will be the band’s first full-length since 2010’s Virtues, as well as their first release since the return of their original vocalist Matt Young earlier this year, so there’s a lot to be excited about. Additionally, it will be interesting to see what Herrera will bring to the table. Comment below and let UTG know if you’re excited, and view the band’s official statement below.

“BREAKING NEWS: AP is happy to announce that we will be recording our 4th studio album with Mike Herrera from MxPx! In addition to Mike producing the album, he will also be playing bass for AP on the entire record!! AP is scheduled to head into the studio on April 17th for pre-production and will start recording on April 21st! GET EXCITED.”

Kyle Florence
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