Slowcore stalwarts Low are working on a new album to be tentatively released next February/March. You can chart their progress here. They also have some upcoming shows which you can see in the replies.
All Time Low will be recording their next CD with Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, Hit The Lights) and Paul Leavitt (Over It, Cute Is What We Aim For, The Dangerous Summer). They are scheduled to start working on the new album in January.
Edit : This is most likely to happen, but the band is awaiting confirmation.
Heavy Heavy Low Low have posted the tracks "Mall Nutrition" and "Eating The Porridge and Feeding The Bears" on Myspace. Both songs are featured on their debut full length, Everything's Watched, Everyone's Watching. Don't forget that you can now pre-order the disc at the Ferret webstore.
We here at AP.net have joined forces with Ferret Music /New Weathermen Records to bring you a series of new music and videos from the label's finest. Over the next few weeks, expect AP.net to be the first place where you can hear new tracks from Heavy Heavy Low Low, Twelve Tribes, as well as grab a sneak peek at the new Every Time I Die DVD, Shit Happens. To kick things off, we have made a new Heavy Heavy Low Low track called "There's A Bat" available for download right here. The song is taken from the bands label debut, Everything's Watched, Everyone's Watching (pre-order). Take a listen and let the guy's know what you think.
All Time Low will be playing on the Warped Tour from August 2nd through the 10th; the band's new EP is currently available in all stores as well as for $4.95 on iTunes. The band also recently launched a new web store.
All Time Low will be entering the studio in November to record their full length with Matt Squire (Paul Leavitt will be helping with engineering). As for the band's upcoming touring plans, they will be playing every date on the fast-approaching AP.net-sponsored Amber Pacific Tour. Also, for those of you in Maryland, the group will be playing their EP release show on July 22nd at The Recher Theatre with Cute Is What We Aim For, Boy Crazy (last show ever), and Oh the Story; everyone in attendance will receive a free copy of the band's latest release, Put Up or Shut Up, which retails on July 25th via Hopeless / Sub City.
All Time Low's new EP, Put Up or Shut Up, is now available for pre-order for only $4.99 (the first 100 orders will be autographed). We've got the first two songs from the EP streaming on the band's AP.net profile, so check it out if you haven't already.
All Time Low will be opening the maintsage both days at this year's HFStival, which features Kanye West, Counting Crows, Cypress Hill, Dashboard Confessional, AFI, Panic! At The Disco, Anti-Flag, Coheed and Cambria, Rise Against, Matchbook Romance, Cute is What We Aim For, and many more.
All Time Low's new EP Put Up Or Shut Up will be released mid - summer via Hopeless Records. The album was mixed by Zach and Ken (P. Diddy, Elton John, Outcast) at Tree Sound Studios who produced / engineered Chroma by Cartel. The album was mastered by Gavin Lurssen (Blink 182, Greenday, P.O.D.). All Time Low will also be playing a few Warped Tour dates on Smartpunk / Ernie Ball stages. They are currently setting up a tour summer into fall, which will be HUGE if it all works out. And last, but not least, they will be playing Flipside Festival.
I had the chance to check out the All Time Low and Transition show last night in Orland Park, Illinois. The venue was Mojoes Coffee House which was a mediocre to say the least. It seems like an interesting coffee shop but clearly not built to host shows. Judging by the kids hanging out front it seems like they draw a pretty decent crowd as well. An okay number of kids made it out to the show, once All Time Low releases their next album it is now clear to me they are going to take off.
Nano may disagree but I thought they were spot on last night. Playing their catchiest tunes there were quite a few kids singing along. Alex honestly has an amazing voice and the musicianship is just so...