Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Share |
Album Releases

After Dark

Skeleton Hands T-Shirt

Mess (Zip) Hoodie

Skeleton Hands T-Shirt

Axe T-Shirt

Bird T-Shirt

Winged Wolf (Zip) Hoodie
Fearless Records Announces 'Punk Goes Crunk' Details
February 17, 2008
On April 4, 2008 Fearless Records will release the seventh album in the 'Punk Goes...' compliation, entitled 'Punk Goes Crunk'. This album will showcase popular alternative/punk/emo bands playing urban classics from Hip Hop legends like 2Pac, Notorious BIG, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre.

Check out Say Anything, Person L, Forever The Sickest Kids, All Time Low, New Found Glory, The Maine, My American Heart, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, The Devil Wears Prada, Set Your Goals and more as they showcase their hip hop and fast flowin' stylings on the latest 'Punk Goes....' album, 'Punk Goes Crunk'.

'Punk Goes Crunk' Official Tracklisting:
1. Put Yo Hood Up (Lil John) - Set Your Goals
2. Got Your Money (Ol' Dirty Bastard) - Say Anything
3. I Wish (Skee-Lo) - The Secret Handshake
4. Men in Black (Will Smith) - Forever the Sickest Kids
5. California Love (2PAC) - My American Heart
6. I Wanna Love You (Akon) - The Maine
7. Kryptonite (Purple Ribbon All-Stars) - Emanuel
8. The Seed (The Roots) - Person L
9. Still Fly (Big Tymers) -The Devil Wears Prada
10. Umbrella (Rihanna) - All Time Low
11. Notorious Thugs (Notorious BIG) - Scary Kids Scaring Kids
12. Nothin' But A "G" Thang (Dr. Dre) - The Escape Frame
13. Gin and Juice (Snoop Dogg) - Hot Rod Circuit
14. Hey Ya! (OutKast) - Lorene Drive
15. Tennessee (Arrested Development) - New Found Glory

To get a preview of 'Punk Goes Crunk', head on over to the 'Punk Goes Crunk' Myspace page to hear clips from the album.
Share |
Scary Kids Scarying Kids: New Video
August 22, 2006
Scary Kids Scaring Kids has posted the video for their latest single and title track, “The City Sleeps In Flames”. The concept of the video, directed by Darren Doane, is a performance based in an apocalyptic setting – desolation, fire, and emptiness as the band trudges on and plays through it. You can watch it here.

The band is currently on tour in the US and Canada with Haste The Day.
Share |
The Words Can Kill Tour Shapes Up
June 2, 2004
Scary Kids Scaring Kids, The Panic Division, and The Fury will be teaming up for a trek dubbed the Words Can Kill Tour. Here are the dates scheduled for the tour:

6/05 Phoenix, AZ - The Clubhouse
6/06 Tucson, AZ - Skrappys
6/09 Anaheim, CA - Hogue Barmichael's
6/10 Conoga Park, CA - The Cobalt Cafe
6/12 San Bernadino, CA - Lyrics Bar & Grill
6/13 Victorville, CA - Avenue
6/16 St. George, UT - Electric Theater
6/17 Fallon, NV - Jive N Java
6/21 Seattle, WA - Studio 7
6/22 Boise, ID - TBA
6/23 Provo, UT - Starry Night
6/24 Salt Lake City, UT - Lo-Fi Cafe
6/25 Denver, CO - Lida Project Theatre

More info on the tour and bands participating can be found here.
Share |
(3 news stories listed.)
HOME TOWN: Gilbert, AZ
Tyson Stevens (vocals/bass)
D.J. Wilson (guitar)
Steve Kirby (guitar)
Chad Crawford (guitar)
Pete Costa (drums)
Pouyan Afkary (keyboards)

Hailing from the deserts of suburban Phoenix, Scary Kids Scaring Kids have established themselves as a force to be reckoned with within the Arizona music scene. Having shared the stage with bands such as The Bled, Saosin, Norma Jean, and Open Hand, Scary Kids have earned a rabid and devoted following. An explosive live show, combined with their unique blend of screeching guitars, electrifying keyboards, and vocal intensity, has helped to create a buzz that has spread like wildfire throughout the United States. Inspired by a diverse range of acts such as Beloved, Reggie and the Full Effect and Radiohead, Scary Kids Scaring Kids have fused the sounds of many genres to create a truly distinctive sound, earning them respect and admiration from their peers and fans alike.