Cambio (band)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Origin Manila, Philippines
Years active 2003–present
Associated acts
Members Kris Gorra-Dancel
Ebe Dancel
Diego Mapa
Buddy Zabala
Raimund Marasigan

Cambio is a Filipino rock supergroup formed in 2003. The band composed of former Eraserheads members Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala and Kris Gorra-Dancel with Ebe Dancel and Diego Mapa.


When Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads sometime in 2002, remaining members Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan decided to continue as Eheads by adding singer-guitarist Kris Gorra (from the indie all-girl pop-punk band, Fatal Posporos and, later, Duster). After just a few months, Marcus Adoro left the group as well to pursue a passion for surfing and for his own musical undertaking, Markus Highway. Zabala, Marasigan and Gorra (later, Gorra-Dancel, having married Vin Dancel of Peryodiko) decided to continue on, adding Ebe Dancel (Kris Gorra-Dancel's brother-in-law) of Sugarfree and Diego Mapa (of Monsterbot and Pedicab); consequently forming Cambio.

Cambio became known for songs about Pinoy Pop Culture, such as "DV" (about Divisoria, a sub-district in Manila which popular for bargain goods) and "Call Center" (about Business Process Outsourcing employment in the Philippines.

Band Members[edit]

  • Kris Gorra-Dancel – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Ebe Dancel – co-lead vocals, guitars
  • Diego Mapa – lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Buddy Zabala – bass guitar, vocals
  • Raimund Marasigan – drums, percussions





External links[edit]