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Scary Kids Scaring Kids

Scary Kids Scaring Kids

Scary Kids Scaring Kids


Scary Kids Scaring Kids (SKSK) was a post-hardcore band that formed in Gilbert, Arizona in 2002. Their manager named them after the Cap'n Jazz song with the same name. Combining metal and punk influences, they produced a sound that is heavily influenced by bands such as Chiodos. The members were Tyson (vocals), Steve (guitar), Chad (guitar), Justin (drums), DJ (bass), and Pouyan (keyboard). The band – which originally was composed of Tyson Stevens on bass guitar and lead vocals (later to be strictly the vocalist/song writer) Read more on Last.fm
Scary Kids Scaring Kids (SKSK) was a post-hardcore band that formed in Gilbert, Arizona in 2002. Their manager named them after the Cap'n Jazz song with the same name. Combining metal and punk influences, they produced a sound that is heavily influenced by bands such as Chiodos. The members were Tyson (vocals), Steve (guitar), Chad (guitar), Justin (drums), DJ (bass), and Pouyan (keyboard). The band – which originally was composed of Tyson Stevens on bass guitar and lead vocals (later to be strictly the vocalist/song writer), guitarists Chad Crawford, DJ Wilson (later to switch to bass) and Steve Kirby, Pouyan Afkary on keyboards, and drummer Peter Costa – recorded their self-financed debut EP, After Dark, while they were still in high school. Their debut album, The City Sleeps in Flames, was released on Immortal Records in 2005. A self-titled second album was released on 28th November 2007. The band split up in 2010. Tyson passed away October 21, 2014. Read more on Last.fm.

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