All Time Low "Time-Bomb"
Thursday December 8, 2011
All Time Low premiered their new 'Christmas' video for "Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass" today on AOL Music, which, according to the band, is an anti-holiday video that's "tailor-made for your 'B'ah humbug' state of mind." The slightly not safe for work clip features puppets at an office holiday party and bosses with fake German accents.
"Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass" is on All Time Low's latest album,Dirty Work, available now on iTunes. For more on the band, including upcoming tour dates in Europe and Canada, visit alltimelowband.com.
Wednesday November 30, 2011
ALL TIME LOW have now released the official video for "Time-Bomb," the new single from Dirty Work. Directed by K. Asher Levin, the theme of the video is not the usual All Time Low video fans would know and expect. The action packed video features the band performing on a Los Angeles roof while a SWAT team tries to stop a guy from saving his girlfriend using an artificial heart he created. The girlfriend is played by actor, Malese Jow, from Vampire Diaries. Watch and see what happens to the couple as they attempt to make their escape.
Dirty Work is All Time Low's most recent album which is available on iTunes now. For more information on the band, check out their official site, www.alltimelow.com, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.
Wednesday November 23, 2011
East Coast rockers All Time Low just released the teaser video for their latest single, "Time-Bomb," which will premiere on VEVO on November 30th. The video was shot in Los Angeles and is guaranteed to be action-packed!
The track appears on the band's latest release,DIRTY WORK, which held the #1 spot on the iTunes album chart for three consecutive days after its release this summer. The album is available on iTunes now.
For more information on All Time Low, check out the band's official site,
Formed in 2003 in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, All Time Low started out as a high-school cover band before morphing into a melodic emo-pop act. Singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat were All Time Low's co-founders, with bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson rounding out their energetic pop-punk sound and rowdy live show, which often included silly string and beach balls. Honing their skills between homework and other teenage commitments, the guys managed to tour across the East Coast and South during school breaks. They issued a four-song EP, 2004's The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End, with help from the local label Emerald Moon, and followed its release with a full-length album, The Party Scene, one year later. Touring across the country that summer, the guys found themselves on bills with similar acts like Motion City Soundtrack, the Early November, and Plain White T's. Along the way, All Time Low also bumped into fellow pop-punkers Amber Pacific, who brought the young band to the attention of their label, Hopeless Records. The label was immediately impressed, and All Time Low had officially become part of the Hopeless family by March 2006, just a few months shy of the members' high-school graduation. Finally done with schoolwork and able concentrate full-time on music, the group issued Put Up or Shut Up -- a seven-song EP that mostly featured new recordings of older material -- that July. All Time Low supported the EP's release with a handful of Warped Tour dates before hitting the road again with Amber Pacific. So Wrong, It's Right appeared in 2007, marking the band's first full-length release for Hopeless. After being named 2008's Band of the Year by Alternative Press, All Time Low returned with their second album, Nothing Personal, in July 2009. Debuting at number four on the Billboard charts, Nothing Personal helped make All Time Low one of the top emo-pop acts in the business. Two CD/DVD packages, MTV Unplugged and Straight to DVD, were released the following year, tiding fans over while the guys returned to the studio to begin work on their major-label debut for Interscope Records. ~ Corey Apar, Rovi