Camber (band)

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Origin New York City, New York, US
Genres Indie rock, emo, post-hardcore
Years active 1996–2003
Labels Deep Elm
Past members Barry Lott (vocals, guitar)
Corby Caldwell (guitar)
Joey DellaCroce (bass)
Chris Chin (drums)
Roger Coletti (drums)

Camber was an American emo/post-hardcore band from New York City, recognized for being one of the pioneer of the second-wave Eastern indie emo sound. They were often compared to likes of Texas Is the Reason, Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral. Roger Coletti replaced original drummer Chris Chin in 2001, before their final release.


  • Beautiful Charade (1997)
  • Anyway, I've Been There (1999)
  • Wake Up and Be Happy (2002)
Single and splits

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