All Time Low’s new It’s Still Nothing Personal documentary has been released.
All Time Low has announced details of a special Twitch live stream to celebrate the ten-year anniversary of Nothing Personal. The full press release can be found below.
All Time Low talked with Alt. Press about Nothing Personal turning ten:
I mean, it was a pretty complicated time. The record was pretty tumultuous when we got going. We were already talking and fielding offers behind the scenes from other labels, and there were conversations about us being upstreamed and bought out by major labels, so we were being pulled in a lot of different directions internally and still trying to focus on this record. I think some people may not know that it was a pretty bumpy ride to get to the endpoint.
RockSound talked with All Time Low about the story behind four of their songs, including the famous cough in “Dear Maria, Count Me In:”
And like, it makes me laugh, because it was something I vehemently didn’t want to do – I just cleared my throat literally to sing a take, and Matt Squire was like, ‘I think we should leave that in’. All of us were like, ‘No! We should not!’, and he was so insistent on us leaving it in, and sure enough it’s very much become its own moment. So well done, Matt Squire!
All Time Low have added another Nothing Personal show at the Starland Ballroom on 12/28.
All Time Low have announced their Nothing Personal 10-year anniversary shows. Tickets go on sale this Friday. The re-recorded version of the album, It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute, will be available November 8th.
By the looks of Zachary Merrick of All Time Low’s Instagram, the band just recorded a new album. The caption reads, “Had such a blast in Palm desert recording” with hashtags for “new album” and “All Time Low.”
Blink-182 have added All Time Low to the rescheduled Ohio tour date.
All Time Low have announced they will be re-recording a live version of Nothing Personal for the album’s 10-year anniversary.
All Time Low have announced a new “Everything is Wine” wine. You can order it here.
Jack Barakat of All Time Low has shared the first song from his new project, Who Hurt You. The new song is called “Wish We Never Met” and is up on all streaming platforms. The band has signed to Fueled by Ramen Records and will release a new EP, called Stages, later this year.
Jack Barakat of All Time Low is teasing something for release this Friday.
All Time Low have released some limited edition Pride Month merchandise.
Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low talked with Rock Sound about their new song “Getaway Green:”
We’ve been working on things and ideas for a potential next album, and we don’t really know when that album is gonna be, or if the song is gonna be on that album – or really anything – we just sort of knew that we had this song, and we just thought it might be fun to just drop it the way they used to drop it back in the day.
All Time Low debuted the new song “Getaway Green” live at Slam Dunk Festival over the weekend.
Kayzo has released the new song “Up in Flames” featuring Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low.
Jack Barakat and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low talked with KROQ at Coachella. We should expect new music next year.
Kayzo will be debuting a new song featuring All Time Low at his Coachella set.
Libby Solomon, writing at The Baltimore Sun:
All Time Low singer and Dulaney High School graduate Alex Gaskarth is entering Baltimore’s nightlife business with an investment in Full Tilt Brewing.
The craft brewery, which has been brewing beer for six years, opened its own location for the first time this year on York Road in Govans, in part thanks to Gaskarth, said Full Tilt co-founder Nick Fertig. […]
The 6,000-square-foot taproom and brewery at 5604 York Road in Govans, less than a mile from the county line, is full of what Fertig said are unique touches — arcade games, graffiti on the wall, a shuffleboard and garage doors that can roll up in the warmer months to let in fresh air.