10 years after it was first released, All Time Low are heading back to the studio to re-record their third album, Nothing Personal.

Back in July of 2009, fans of All Time Low were treated to the release of their third studio album, Nothing Personal.

Released just two years after So Wrong, It’s Right, the record would become the band’s highest-charting to date, peaking at #4 on the US charts, and seeing the band chart in Australia, Canada, and the UK for the first time.

Now, one decade on, the band appear to be celebrating the release of the record that brought them to wider fame, with big plans for the record’s 10th anniversary.

Taking to Twitter recently, All Time Low revealed that they would be offering an updated take on the album, re-recording it and re-releasing it in the near future.

“After 10 years, we figured what better way to celebrate Nothing Personal than to record it all over again!” they shared.

Recorded live in the Red Bull Studios in Los Angeles, it appears as though this re-recording could be part of a much larger anniversary package, with the clip promising to deliver a look at the story behind the record, as told by those who were there at the time.

While there’s no word as to when we’ll be receiving this new re-recorded version of the album, fans are hoping it might coincide with the release of the band’s upcoming eighth album.

With tracks like ‘Birthday’ and ‘Everything Is Fine’ being released in 2018, frontman Alex Gaskarth has been busy in recent months, hard at work on the new Simple Creatures project with Blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus.

Here’s hoping he’ll find time to come back to All Time Low in the near future though, and maybe we might see a new album sooner rather than later!

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