10 Songs, 32 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
373 Ratings
373 Ratings


The scream vocals sound terrible, the autotuned singing is laughable, and there is no instrumental skill present whatsoever in this band. Not to mention the lyrics are a straight up joke. -5 stars.


Not The Same As Everything Else

I praise Abandon All Ships, not for musicality and certainly not for the screaming vocals because they certainly lacked, but rather because they tried something new. I like all the songs on this album because there is nothing else like it out there! The work is so original and they are obviously trying to change their genre. The album is not the best musically, but haters, if you don't like the autotune and electronic effects, go listen to some Metallica. If you want to hear something new, give this a chance.


It's Pretty Good

In my opinion it's not as good as geeving. But its decent. Keep it coming guys

About Abandon All Ships

Formed in Toronto in 2006, Canadian metalcore band Abandon All Ships combine elements of electronic music and post-hardcore and technical metal into a strangely triumphant hybrid. Consisting of Angelo Aita (vocals), Martin Broda (vocals/bass), Sebastian Cassisi-Nunez (keys/programming), Kyler Stephen Browne (guitar), Andrew Paiano (guitar), and Daniel Paiano (drums), the group originally formed to play Norma Jean covers, but the bandmembers soon branched out and began writing their own music. They eventually merged dance-pop and metal together, creating a heavily programmed sound weaving between pulsing dance grooves and Auto-Tuned vocals and anguished, breakdown-heavy metalcore. The band released its first album, a self-titled EP, in 2009, and would later get a boost in popularity after appearing on Canadian music channel MuchMusic’s show Disband. In 2010, Abandon All Ships made their full-length debut on Universal Music Canada with Geeving. ~ Gregory Heaney

Toronto, Ontario, Canada




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