After parting ways with Interscope Records, All Time Low is returning to Hopeless and releasing a new album this fall! We couldn’t be more excited to know that some good old Blink 182, Simple Plan -esque punk pop will be here for our listening pleasure.  You can preorder the album, but for now enjoy the track list and let your imagination speculate what they’ll sound like!

Courtesy of Big Picture Media press release

The record comes out October 9th, make sure you’re ready for it!

01.  The Reckless and the Brave

02.  Backseat Serenade

03.  If These Sheets Were States

04.  Somewhere in Neverland

05.  So Long Soldier

06.  The Irony of Choking on a Lifesaver

07.  To Live and Let Go

08.  Outlines

09.  Thanks to You

10.  For Baltimore

11.  Paint You Wings

12.  So Long, and Thanks For All The Booze

Also check out the dates for their fall tour here!


So to all of you who are saddened by the end of Warped Tour, good news!  Former and current Warped Tour bands All Time Low, The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction and Hit The Lights are embarking on a tour sure to draw allllll the ladies out in droves probably waving bras and marriage proposals this fall.  The tour will probably also attract jealous boyfriends of said bra-weilding, screaming ladies and closet fans who pretend they were dragged along. It’s OKAY to be in love with all of them…Right?  The All Time Low has a Hustler club presale with a CD preorder. Check out the dates and try to contain your excitement when you see they’re coming to your town.

Fri Oct 12 **                        Sayreville, NJ                                    Starland Ballroom

Sat Oct 13 **                       Rochester, NY                                  Water Street Music Hall

Sun Oct 14 **                      Cincinnati, OH                                   Bogart’s

Mon Oct 15                         Cleveland, OH                                   House of Blues

Tue Oct 16                          Chicago, IL                                        House of Blues

Wed Oct 17                        Detroit, MI                                           St. Andrews Hall

Sun Oct 21                         Milwaukee, WI                                    The Rave

Mon Oct 22                        Minneapolis, MN                                 First Avenue

Tue Oct 23                         Omaha, NE                                        Slowdown

Wed Oct 24                        Denver, CO                                       Summit Music Hall

Fri Oct 26                           Boise, ID                                            Knitting Factory

Sat Oct 27                          Portland, OR                                     Hawthorne Theatre

Sun Oct 28                         Seattle, WA                                       El Corazon

Tue Oct 30                         San Francisco, CA                           The Fillmore

Wed Oct 31                        West Hollywood, CA                        House of Blues

Thu Nov 1                           San Diego, CA                                 House of Blues

Fri Nov 2                             Anaheim, CA                                    House of Blues

Sat Nov 3                            Las Vegas, NV                                 House of Blues

Sun Nov 4                           Tempe, AZ                                       The Marquee

Tue Nov 6                           Houston, TX                                     House of Blues

Wed Nov 7                          Dallas, TX                                        House of Blues

Fri Nov 9                             Jacksonville, FL                               Freebird Live

Sat Nov 10                         Ft. Lauderdale, FL                             Revolution

Sun Nov 11                        Lake Buena Vista, FL                       House of Blues

Tues Nov 13                       Atlanta, GA                                      The Masquerade

Wed Nov 14                       Carrboro, NC                                   Cat’s Cradle

Thu Nov 15                        Norfolk, VA                                      The Norva

Fri Nov 16                          Allentown, PA                                  Crocodile Rock Café

Sat Nov 17                        Philadelphia, PA                               Theatre of the Living Arts

Sun Nov 18                       New York, NY                                  Irving Plaza

Tues Nov 20                     Hartford, CT                                     Webster Theater

Wed Nov 21                      Boston, MA                                      Paradise Rock Club

Fri Nov 23                         Baltimore, MD                                  Rams Head Live

  **Means The Early November will be filling in for The Summer Set.

Grab your tickets soon, and we’ll see you there, loves!  Don’t go too crazy.

If you’ve ever been to Wisconsin, or you’re from Wisconsin like the lovely staff here at Stork Music, you probably know that we’ve got some pretty awesome things going for us, like the largest waterpark capital of the world or the haunted basement at The Rave!  What we also have are odd accents (eh, no waaayy!) and even more odd cities.  We played a game with some of our friends in A Loss For Words, Echo Movement, Chasing Vegas and Kosha Dillz to see how well they could pronounce our cities.

Make sure to keep checking back for more interviews with the bands featured in this video, as well as a handful of album reviews coming soon! Thank you!

Take a look as we play a quick round of ‘Would You Rather…’ with We Are The In Crowd!

Waffles or Pancakes? Gryffindor or Slytherin? Lisp or a Lazy eye?

We always love Warped tour and this year was no different. Please check out probably the happiest interview we’ve ever done!

Thuy Lan of StorkMusic chats with Mod Sun about being a sushi chef and plays a round of would you rather. Make sure to keep checking back for more interviews, photos and reviews from Warped Tour 2012 in Milwaukee, WI!



It was hot. Everyone at Summerfest was feeling the heat, and was searching for somewhere cool to rest before the headliners began in a few hours. If they were lucky enough to stop at the Tiki Stage, they were in for a treat.

Roster McCabe has been around since 2007, and has been named by Billboard Magazine as an up and coming band for the future, but I certainly hadn’t heard of them. Admittedly, I only sat down because of the large trees around the stage that provided the best shade I had seen all day. But once the performance began, I was pleasantly surprised.

Every person in the rapidly growing audience was tapping their foot and bobbing their head. Their music really relaxed a very tense crowd on a hot, uncomfortable day.  Maybe it was the heat getting to me or something, but I couldn’t find anything I disliked about them. Vocals were great and there were some awesome guitar solos.

If the good music and shade wasn’t attractive enough, a man I like to call “Mello Yello Man” helped bring the Tiki Stage past capacity. This man got up as Roster McCabe began their first song, and continually danced throughout the set. Tiring stuff, his Mello Yello shirt became a bit darker once it became absolutely drenched in sweat. I saw him about three hours later at a nearby stage, and I am not sure if he ever took a break, talk about dedication.

Personally, I will be looking forward to more Roster McCabe. If you need some music to relax to, I highly recommend you check them out yourself.



1. Put Me Out

2. Take It Away

3. The Bird and the Worm

4. Listening

5. Kiss It Goodbye

6. I Come Alive

7. I Caught Fire

8. The Taste of Ink

9. All That I’ve Got

10. Buried Myself Alive

11. Blue and Yellow

12. Blood on My Hands

13. The Best of Me

14. Pretty Handsome Awkward


15. Now That You’re Dead

16. A Box Full of Sharp Objects

A quiet, still audience transformed into a crunched mob right before The Used came on stage during their June 1st concert at the Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Used played a variety of old favorites, such as “A Box Full of Sharp Objects” and ” The Bird and the Worm” and new hits, like “Put me Out”. Their new songs are from the album Vulnerable, which was released earlier this year.

Many of the fans reacted with equal enthusiasm to the old and new songs. Lead singer, Bert McCracken, was very involved with his audience. McCracken thanked his audience for attending his concert, rather than the Tech N9ne concert being held in a different room of the same venue. Before one of his songs, McCracken encouraged the audience to put an arm around the closest person and give them a kiss on the cheek. One audience member chose to give McCracken the middle finger after each song, which annoyed him. McCracken then told his fans to punch that audience member if he was still flicking him off by the end of the next song. McCracken referred to this method as sending his “army” after him. Since no massive fight broke out, the audience member likely was not beaten up.

During a majority of the songs, the audience was averagely involved. Members in the back of the crowd formed mosh pits nearly every song, and most people swayed to the music and cheered for the band. However, right before the song “Pretty Handsome Awkward” McCracken insisted that the crowd form a wall of death. During a wall of death, the crowd splits into two distinct halves and then rushes at each other in a fashion similar to a mosh pit. The audience abided enthusiastically. After ” Pretty Handsome Awkward” and the wall of death, The Used exited the stage. The audience cheered for an encore. After a few minutes, the band came back out and performed “Now That You’re Dead” and ” A Box Full of Sharp Objects”.

Click to see pictures from the concert that the venue took!