3rd So Wrong, It's Right anniversary show



Due to popular demand and the selling out of the two shows announced last week, All Time Low and the venue Starland Ballroom have just added a third and last show to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their second studio album So Wrong, It's Right.

The tickets will go on sale this Wednesday.

Here are the dates of the three concerts:
19 December 2017: Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ
20 December 2017: Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ
21 December 2017: Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ


Posted by Moe on 28 Aug 2017


Video Music Awards



Last night, Jack and Alex attended the annual ceremony of the Video Music Awards in Inglewood, CA. On the red carpet, they were briefly interviewed to explain what they would do if they were Taylor Swift for a day. Watch their answer in the video below at 0:33 and 0:52.





A few pictures taken on the red carpet, where they met a few friends of theirs like Tyler Posey and Machine Gun Kelly, were posted in our gallery. Check them out!





Posted by Moe on 28 Aug 2017


New gallery layout



It has been a while since we last changed the layout of our photo gallery. In order to celebrate the upcoming 10-year anniversary of the second studio record of the band, So Wrong, It's Right, I have decided to create a layout with the colours of the album with pictures taken by Ian Laidlaw. I hope you like this new design and how we rearranged the disposition of the content.

As usual, let me know what you think by tweeting @ohcalamitynet.

Access the gallery by clicking the picture below.




Posted by Moe on 24 Aug 2017


So Wrong, It's Right 10th anniversary show



Here comes the news we have all been waiting for this whole year. Next month, All Time Low's second studio album So Wrong, It's Right will turn 10 years old. To celebrate this release, the band will play an anniversary show at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ on 19 December 2017.

They will be playing the full album front to back, bringing old songs back on the setlist, and playing one of these songs for the first time.

The tickets will be on sale on Wednesday.


Edit (23.08.17): Due to popular demand, All Time Low have added a second date in the same venue on the 20th of December 2017!




Posted by Moe on 21 Aug 2017


SJC interview with Rian



Rian talked to SJC Custom Drums on the day All Time Low played a show in Boston, MA last month. In the interview he explains how he started playing the drums and who were his inspirations growing up.

Watch the video below.




Posted by Moe on 18 Aug 2017


US Young Renegades Tour update



Jack recently gave a phone interview to The Times Online before their upcoming show at Stage AE in Pittsburgh tomorrow.
You can read the article below.
PITTSBURGH -- Feeling nostalgic now that they've all reached the age of 29, All Time Low will play outdoors at Stage AE on Tuesday -- the pop-punk band's fourth visit there in four years.

All Time Low will feature tracks from its new album, "The Last Renegade," with lyrical themes prompted by wide-eyed wonder turning to wisdom.

"Our last album was pretty much us coming from the perspective of still being young. This one is kind of more nostalgic," lead guitarist Jack Barakat said in a phone interview last Tuesday. "We're kind of thinking about when we were younger, and how we felt; that teen angst and everything.
"It's a bit of a darker direction," Barakat said. "It's dark but palatable."

All Time Low singer Alex Gaskarth has said the deaths of Prince, David Bowie and George Michael, and watching TV shows like Netflix's "Stranger Things," stirred up childhood memories that influenced the lyrics on "Last Young Renegade," released in June.

The single, "Dirty Laundry," logged over 2 million Spotify streams in one week, showcasing the group’s progression toward a more mature pop sound. The lyrics are about leaving the past where it belongs, and appreciating that we all have a dark side and that scars from the past give us character.
The "Last Young Renegade" title track further embellishes that theme by establishing a bit of a concept character threaded throughout the album.

It's something touched upon with subtlety in the stage elements of this tour.
"The shows are very visual," Barakat said. "We thought it was really important to have a visual aspect to this tour, with videos and mood lighting and artwork all kind of rolling together, replicating that theme."
Which isn't to say that All Time Low has turned into a super-serious band.
Local fans can still expect to see fans invited on stage to sing along with 2011's "Time Bomb."
"It's nice to give the crowd a little attention like that," Barakat said.

And for some fans, it won't quite feel like an All Time Low show unless there's some juvenile humor from the band. Barakat has been known to attach to his mic stand bras tossed on stage by female fans.
A docile crowd isn't likely Tuesday.
"I have pretty high expectations for Pittsburgh," Barakat said.

The Baltimore band can't help feeling extra nostalgic when visiting Pittsburgh.
"I have tons of memories of Pittsburgh," Barakat said. "I dated a girl from there once, and my best friend went to Duquesne so I spent a lot of time in the city. Besides the obvious sports rivalry, it's always seemed like a super up-and-coming city where the people like to have fun. We know we'll always have a good time during the show in Pittsburgh, and maybe before it and after it. I've spent a lot of nights wandering down East Carson Street, and I remember most of them."
All Time Low launched the 2013 outdoor concert season in Pittsburgh on an unseasonably chilly April night where gloves and ski caps were a smart strategy.
"At the time we planned that show we thought it would be warm, though that was totally fun," Barakat said. "But I do remember thinking this is a little too cold for an outdoor show."

All Time Low is riding a hot streak, having launched last Monday's Alternative Press Music Awards in Cleveland with a spirited performance of "Good Time."
The APMAs were a who's who of pop-punk and youth-oriented alt-rock, with featured performers including New Years Day, Plain White T's, the Pretty Reckless, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Dance Gavin Dance and Sleeping with Sirens.
Barakat enjoyed being more of a spectator at this year's APMAs after he and Gaskarth had emceed the award show's two previous years.
"This year was a lot less stressful," Barakat said.
All Time Low's APMAs selection, "Good Times," has a cinematic quality that should resonate with Pittsburgh fans packed inside Stage AE.

The general fan base has been on board with the group's new direction.
"The fans are getting older, as we are, and they're going through the same things as we did, which is really cool," Barakat said. "A lot of our fans are like 25 and 26 now, which is crazy."

Most will get there in time for what Barakat hails as a "super cool" lineup of opening acts -- The Wrecks, APME performers Waterparks and SWMRS.
"The Wrecks are this young band with a lot of energy which I really like. You always want the opening band to have a lot of energy to get everyone excited," Barakat said. "Waterparks are part of the new scene. They're popular boys and the girls are loving them, which is always nice. SWMRS are a great young band. I'm a big fan of their music.

"I'm excited we're headed back to (Stage) AE," Barakat said. "I like the way it's laid out and how nice it is to play outdoors there near the river. We're super stoked. I like looking at Heinz Field. Though there's a rivalry, I can appreciate it as a football fan."

Many pictures taken over the past week were posted in our gallery. Credits are as usual given to their rightful owners in the album descriptions. All the pictures from All Time Low's Facebook page were taken by Matty Vogel.





Posted by Moe on 24 Jul 2017


Detroit radio interviews



Yesterday, before their show in Detroit, MI, All Time Low hung with two radio stations to talk about the American leg of their Young Renegades Tour. They met with 98.7 AMP Radio and 96.3 WDVD and you can watch both interviews by clicking the pictures below.






Posted by Moe on 21 Jul 2017


Interview at Seacrest Studios



Last week, All Time Low dropped by Colorado's Children Hospital to give an interview at Seacrest Studios and answer some of the questions asked by the patients. You can watch a video of their discussion below.





A few pictures from their appearance were posted in our gallery last week. Check them out!





Posted by Moe on 21 Jul 2017


NOW 96.3 interview



Today Alex and Jack stopped by the NOW 96.3 studios in Saint Louis, MO to promote their latest album Last Young Renegade and tonight's show at The Pageant.

Watch the interview by clicking the picture below.




Posted by Moe on 18 Jul 2017


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