All Time Low recording new album and added to Fall Out Boy tour

Music News | Jan 23rd, 2009

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Hopeless Records Band All Time Low Added to Fall Out Boy s Believer s Never Die Part Deux Tour with Metro Station, Cobra Starship & Hey Monday

Band Currently Recording Upcoming Album Exclusive Studio Journal Launched with Glamour Kills

All Time Low was recently announced as one of the bands on Fall Out Boy s upcoming tour, Believer s Never Die Part Deux. The US tour will also include the likes of Metro Station, Cobra Starship and Hey Monday and will kick off in Mesa, AZ on April 3rd.

In response to the tour announcement, All Time Low guitarist Jack Barakat speaks out, This is something our entire band has been dreaming about doing that so few bands get the chance to do so now our opportunity is here!

Before the Believer s Never Die Part Deux kicks off this April, the boys of All Time Low will be crafting their next Hopeless Records release. They re currently tucked away in Los Angeles writing and recording with producers Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Boys Like Girls, The Maine), David Bendeth (Paramore, Underoath, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus) and Butch Walker (Katy Perry, Pink, The Academy Is) to name a few. While recording, the band will be keeping an exclusive studio journal with friends our friends over at Glamour Kills. Make sure to check daily for updates from Alex, Jack, Zack and Rian!

Keep up with All Time Low throughout the entire recording process:

All Time Low was recently named 2008 Band of the Year by Alternative Press as well as the cover stars of their February issue! The ballots for the 2008 Readers Poll were the deciding factor for the award that’s previously been bestowed upon Paramore, Fall Out Boy, and Avenged Sevenfold.

Signed to Hopeless while still in high school, All Time Low released its Put Up or Shut Up EP in 2006, which quickly lodged itself on the Billboard Charts. Its breakthrough full-length So Wrong It s Right came out in 2007 launching the hits Dear Maria (Count Me In) and Poppin , helping to further cement the band s standing as pop-punk favorites. With a new album tentatively set for release this summer and continued support from fans and media outlets such as MTV/mtvU, Alternative Press, Jimmy Kimmel Live and to name a few, 2009 looks to be another stellar year for All Time Low.