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OMG FINALLY!

abandon all ships finally comes to itunes!@!@! BEST HARDCORE BAND EVER!!@!@!.. But wasn't this song called pedestrians is another word for speedbumps or something?

Finally!!

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So Much LOVE for AAS!!!

I absolutely love AAS <3 and I didn't think I could like them more... But this new video proved me wrong! This is my new favorite song and my new favorite music video!!! It was called Pedestrians is Another Word for Speedbumps before it came to iTunes if anyone was wondering... :]

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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Take One Last Breath, Abandon All Ships
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: Jun 29, 2010

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