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To celebrate the upcoming release of the group's new DVD -- aptly titled Straight To DVD -- All Time Low threw a soiree at the Music Box in Hollywood last night. Lots of the guys' pop-punk pals -- like Mark Hoppus, Pete Wentz and the Madden brothers -- also came to show their support and then were treated to a screening of the DVD.
As far as band DVDs go, this one's definitely entertaining -- albeit a tad long. It features awesome live performances of fan favorites like "Jasey Rae" and "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," in addition to lots of behind-the-scenes debauchery and a pretty extensive documentary that follows All Time Low's rise to Warped Tour stardom.
Most of All Time Low's parents were also in the hizzouse, which was so sweet. If you glanced over at them during the screening, you could tell that they were filled to the brim with pride -- even when one of their sons was trying to light their fart on fire or threatening to f**k a burrito. It's nice to see a parent's love is truly unconditional.
Blink-182 is an obvious influence of All Time Low, so it was rad to see Mark Hoppus come out for the event.
It's not a party until Dr.-Dr.-Drama Beats shows up. Yup, that's MTV's own Christopher "Drama" Pfaff from "Rob Dydrek's Fantasy Factory."