No one buys CDs anymore, which makes All Time Low's most recent feat an impressive one. After struggling through keeping the band together and touring while still worrying about sixth period English, the guys in All Time Low signed a record deal, graduated high school, and began touring nonstop (in that order). Now, a few years removed from wedgies and pep rallies, ATL released Nothing Personal on June 30 and promptly sold 63,000 copies. In one week. That means it was probably downloaded on torrent sites 630,000 times, and ATL is becoming one of the hottest names in Pop Punk. On October 24 you can find out what all the noise is about at Revolution Live. Tickets go on sale tomorrow through Ticketmaster. Hit the jump for a preview.
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