All Time Low debuts at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200
All Time Low just hit an all time high.
The local pop rock group debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200.
The four-piece, based in Lutherville/Timonium, sold almost 63,000 copies of their new album, Nothing Personal.
When their debut full length album, So Wrong, It's Right, came out in 2007, it was ranked No. 62 on the Billboard Top 200.
Jumping from a No. 62 debut to a No. 4 debut in a couple years is quite the feat.
This isn't just a first for All Time Low. This is also the first time their label, Hopeless Records, has charted this high ...
More big things are in stores for the band, too.
Later this season, MTV will unveil it's acoustic session with All Time Low. And starting July 19, the band will join the Warped Tour for some Main Stage performances.
All Time Low's success comes after years of hard work. These guys decided not to go to college, and worked on their music instead. They've been grinding it out for a few years now, and it's great to see their efforts start to pay off.