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All Time Low, a pop punk band from Towson, Maryland, consisting of vocalist Alex Gaskarth, lead guitarist, Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick, and drummer Rian Dawson, emerged into the music scene in 2004 with their first EP, The Three Words to Remember Dealing with the End. While on tour for their 2005 album The Party Scene, the band caught the attention of Hopeless Records with their punk sound and signed to the label, joining bands with a similar sound, such as Yellowcard, Silverstein, and The Used. All Time Low tickets became a wide success as the band released three more albums, Put Up or Shut Up, So Wrong, It’s Right, and Nothing Personal and continue to tour year round, headlining several tours and appearing at festivals such as Warped Tour, Soundwave, and Reading and Leeds. Their next album, Dirty Work, released in 2011 under the major label, Interscope, was a major success which hit No. 6 on the Billboard 200. After very successful All Time Low ticket sales in 2012, which included several sold out dates and extra dates, the band began to work on their most recent album Don’t Panic, which was released in July of 2012. With the completion of Don’t Panic, All Time Low headlined the "Rockshow at the End of the World" with similar bands, The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction and Hit the Lights. They continued to tour throughout the summer supporting bands such as Green Day. All Time Low tickets are currently selling as part of the 2013 Australian festival, Soundwave.
All Time Low started as a high school band covering songs from bands such as Blink 182. After being signed by Emerald Moon Records in 2004 and producing an EP and a studio album, The Party Scene, in 2005 the band made waves in the music scene. In 2006, after graduating high school, All Time Low scored a record deal with Hopeless Records and released the EP Put Up or Shut Up. This EP made it to No. 20 on the Independent Albums chart and No. 12 on the Top Heatseekers chart. This caused All Time Low tickets to sell for their tour in late 2006 while writing their second studio album. In the summer of 2007, All Time Low played at the Vans Warped Tour and later made their UK debut playing with the Plain White T’s. After their second studio album, So Wrong, It’s Right, released in 2007, it peaked at No. 62 on the Billboard 200. In 2011, the album’s single "Dear Maria, Count Me In" managed to become certified Gold for 500,000 shipments. All Time Low released their third studio album Nothing Personal in July 2009 which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard chart and became the band’s highest charting album to date. All Time Low tickets had a major huge surge in sales in spring 2009, as they played alongside Fallout Boy, Metro Station, Cobra Starship, and Hey Monday in the Believer’s Never Die Tour. They also headlined Warped Tour the same year. In December of 2009, the band won "Best Pop Punk Band" at the Top in Rock Awards. In 2010, All Time Low released the song "Painting Flowers" for the Soundtrack of the film Alice in Wonderland. They then went on to release their fourth studio album Dirty Work in June 2011. All Time Low toured for their new album in spring and summer of 2011 with bands such as Yellowcard, Hey Monday, and the Summer Set and finished in the fall with "The Rise and Fall of My Pants Tour". The toured in the UK again in January 2012 with The Maine and We Are the In Crowd and had many sold out tour dates, adding extra shows to accommodate fans. In August of 2012, the band released their new album Don’t Panic, which peaked the top 50 on Itunes charts. All Time Low ticket sales fared well as they headlined the 2012 Warped Tour and announced the "Rockshow at the End of the World" tour with the bands The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction, and Hit the Lights. All Time Low tickets will be available in the near future for the 2013 Soundwave festival in Australia and other venues to follow.