All Time Low’s Nothing Personal explodes into the Billboard Top 200 at #4 in it’s first week!Uncategorized — By admin on July 22, 2009
Hopeless Records is very excited to announce that All Time Low’s new record, Nothing Personal, has debuted at #4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, selling a career high 62,992 records in its first week. This is the band’s highest chart position to date, showing tremendous growth over their 2007 debut full length So Wrong, It’s Right, which debuted at #62 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. With the release of Nothing Personal, independent label Hopeless Records is also celebrating its highest ever chart debut in the company’s 15-year history.
Upcoming for All Time Low is the band’s debut of their recently taped MTV Unplugged set coming up later this summer.
All Time Low will perform a string of dates on the Main Stage of this summer’s Vans Warped Tour. Having just recently finished a tour with Fall Out Boy, the Maryland foursome will be jumping on Warped Tour in Oceanport, NJ, and staying on it until the end in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to these dates, they will do a short headlining tour with We The Kings and Cartel, hitting several cities on the East Coast.
Lead singer Alex Gaskarth is currently featured on the cover of the Vans Warped Tour issue of Alternative Press magazine along with eight other frontmen from this summer’s lineup.