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Toronto, Canada (2006 – present)

Abandon All Ships was a post-hardcore band founded in 2006 in Toronto, Canada and broke up in 2014. Originally, playing covers of Norma Jean songs and having gone through many different band members, most of them attending Dante Alighieri Catholic Secondary, including lead vocalist, Angelo Aita and keyboardist, Sebastian Cassisi-Nunez and their first bassist Francesco Pallota, they eventually toured and opened for many post-hardcore bands such as Silverstein. They quickly became popular on the Internet through MySpace, and were noticed even more after their appearance on the Much Music program Disband. The band was originally conceived as “Abandon Ship” but found the name already in use by an Oregon-based band and Scottish novelty band “A Band on Ship”. In early 2006 the band changed their name to “Abandon All Ships”, retaining the imperative mood of the original name but allowing them to market themselves distinctively.

Band lineup includes 5 members:

Angelo Aita on Vocals (unclean)
Kyler Browne on Guitar
DJ Sebby C on Synth
Martin Broda on Bass & Vocals (clean)
Melvin Murray on Drums


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  • NateRivera


    30 Sep 5:00am Reply
  • Alisa59

    What?! They broke up? They are such a good band... :/

    25 Sep 6:22am Reply
  • iPowers

    Too bad they broke up. R.I.P

    24 Sep 6:49pm Reply
  • Ivar91

    If you thought Malocchio was when they "were getting good" you can't be more wrong. Listen to Geeving again please. (Not trying to be a music etilist douche, but fuck that album owns every other release)

    21 Sep 10:38pm Reply
  • TDcore

    Just when they were getting good... RIP. :(

    17 Sep 8:16pm Reply
  • Sonnycz

    Malocchio is a masterpiece in the genre.

    13 Sep 5:06am Reply
  • PastSanctuary

    there are plenty of bands still in on it. i suggest fail emotions and helia

    9 Sep 3:37am Reply
  • B3cks_

    It's true though, with both AAS and AA! over, what's left now in the autotune-crab-synth-core scene? It's such a funny 'genre', I need more and new fun :d

    4 Sep 5:36pm Reply
  • Petie__Weedie


    1 Sep 2:45pm Reply
  • souleather


    28 Aug 3:12pm Reply
  • PastSanctuary

    idc what people say about them, i really enjoyed their stuff. maybe malocchio was a lil shaky, but there were still a few good songs on it.

    21 Aug 3:28am Reply
  • amotenamorado

    <3 love all them albuns

    20 Aug 8:36pm Reply
  • Yelyah-Williams

    Very bad.

    17 Aug 2:41am Reply
  • InsaneSashka


    16 Aug 6:23pm Reply
  • Ivar91

    First ep (self-titled) and first album (geeving) was great. Then it went downhill. Now they're done. I'll remember these guys for Geeving and not for the other stuff they released.

    16 Aug 5:35pm Reply
  • adelinjkee

    bb :(

    16 Aug 1:38pm Reply
  • Digit-X

    Crabcore (and guidocore) is dead, RIP in pieces.

    16 Aug 1:38pm Reply
  • Evilhasears


    16 Aug 12:34pm Reply
  • B3cks_

    R.i.p. AAS

    16 Aug 9:13am Reply
  • GetFake

    R.I.P. :c

    16 Aug 8:07am Reply
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