Maryland pop-punkers All Time Low release their second studio album in as many years with the issue of Don't Panic on Tuesday 9th October. If recent results are anything to go by, Alex, Jack, Zack and Rian will be nursing another set of accolades in less than a fortnight. Not that they'll have much time.
Don't Panic will be their fifth studio set and follows 2009's Nothing Personal and last year's Dirty Work, both of which crashed the main Billboard Top Ten in the US as well as topping the Alternative and Rock countdowns. Dirty Work was All Time low's first record to hit the Top 40 here, peaking at No 20 last summer. In the midst of a huge global tour to promote the new record and cement their reputation for stellar live shows, the quartet will be hitting these shores in February next year.
Between dates in the US and Australia, the Rockshow at the End of the World comes to the UK, beginning on 6th February at the Birmingham Academy followed by dates in Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Nottingham and Bristol. The run ends with a London gig at the Shepherd's Bush Empire on 14th February 2013 (take your valentine?).
We have tickets for Bristol on sale now; the remainder will be available here from 9am on Friday 5th October. Prices start at around £20.