HASTE THE DAY AND SCARY KIDS SCARING KIDS ARE CO-HEADLINING THE VS. TOUR!!
Metalcore band, Haste the Day, is coming together with headbangin' Scary Kids Scaring Kids, to tour across the country.
HASTE THE DAY is a Christian metalcore band on Solid State Records from Indianapolis, Indiana, formed in 2001. Their band is named after a lyric in the hymn "It Is Well With My Soul".
The band's first release, the 2002 EP "That They May Know You", did not receive much notice in the industry, and it was not until their 2004 album "Burning Bridges" that the band got some attention. In 2005, they released "When Everything Falls", which swept through the metalcore scene and quickly garnered fans' attention. The single "When Everything Falls" made it onto the MTV2 "Headbanger's Ball: The Revenge" compilation, helping the band make a huge stride towards becoming a major force in the metalcore scene.
Vocalist Jimmy Ryan announced his departure from the band in late November of 2005 after accepting a job with their record label, Tooth & Nail Records. His last show was in the band's hometown of Indianapolis on December 30, 2005. The remaining members continued on for the European tour with The Juliana Theory, accompanied by Stephen Keech of Denver-based Christian band New Day Awakening. On February 23, 2006, Haste the Day stated in a press release that they had officially made Keech their new permanent singer.
The band spent the summer of 2007 on the Vans Warped Tour and shortly after that, spent a month on the road with Atreyu. Haste The Day will finish off 2007 with a full national tour with As I Lay Dying before taking some time off for Christmas.
SCARY KIDS SCARING KIDS is a post hardcore band from Arizona. They got their name from a song by Cap'n Jazz's album, Analphabetapolothology. Since the release of their debut album on Immortal Records, the band has toured with numerous bands including, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Silverstein, Aiden, Chiodos, Funeral for a Friend, and many more. They also played part of the 2006 and 2007 Vans Warped Tour
They recently finished up the 2007 Take Action Tour, which included The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Emery, Kaddisfly, and A Static Lullaby.
Their new self-titled album was released on August 28, 2007.
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