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All Time Low have added another gig to their upcoming tour where they’ll be playing 2009’s Nothing Personal in-full in honor of the record’s 10-year anniversary. 

The band unveiled the epic run earlier this week. 

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Over the summer, the band announced they’d be re-recording the album and dropping a documentary that explains the backstory of it. 

“10 years later we return to the scene of the crime: Filmed and tracked live at RedBull Studios, we take look back at All Time Low’s album Nothing Personal. Coming soon!”

You can see the video below. 

Then, in new tweets, they revealed that the documentary will drop on November 8.

When they made the original announcement, many fans hoped that it meant they’d be performing an anniversary tour in honor of the album. While the band didn’t announce a full-fledged tour, they will be playing the album in full in three  U.S. cities in December. 

“Hey all, it’s been 10 years since Nothing Personal came out, and you know what? It’s Still Nothing Personal. Get it? Ok good. Anyway! We’ll be playing the album in its entirety in 3 cities across the country this December: LA, Chicago, and Sayreville, NJ.” 

Now, they’ve added another date due to the popularity of the shows already.

“Due to high demand, we’re adding an additional Nothing Personal show at Starland Ballroom on 12/28. Hustlers, log in to get your pre-sale tickets now. Tickets will go on sale to the public at 12pm ET today!” All Time Low tweeted.

You can see the three planned anniversary dates below. 

Dates

12/16 — Los Angeles, CA
12/20 — Chicago, IL
12/27 — Sayreville, NJ
12/28 — Sayreville, NJ 

You can also listen to Nothing Personal in full below to celebrate all the good news. 

How excited are you for the All Time Low anniversary shows? Sound off in the comments down below!

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