Scare Don't Fear
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Below is our complete Scare Don't Fear news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
The metallic hip-hop purveyors from Scare Don't Fear just released a new music video for "Let Out The Beast." The horror-themed release comes just in time for Halloween, with Scare Don't Fear currently amidst a latest tour of the Northeast. Remaining dates are as follows:
10/27 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli's Rockade
10/29 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
After cancelling shows due to a health issue, Eyes Set To Kill now announces the "Little Liar Tour," which is being sponsored by the Appstage mobile app.
The band continues to support the release of "Masks" (Century Media 2013) and current radio single "Little Liar."
"We are exceedingly grateful to have dedicated diehard fans which makes being on the road so worth it," states Eyes Set To Kill singer, Alexia Rodriguez.
"We've been fortunate to live our dream and bring our music to our fans while introducing them to some fresh, up and coming bands as well," adds Rodriguez. The new tour will kick off on October 4th at Muncheez in Beckley, WV with support from Scare Don't Fear and Like Monroe. More...
The debut album from Scare Don't Fear is now streaming in full on at Pure Volume’s website here.
Due out June 17th, "From The Ground Up" by Scare Don’t Fear will mark the first release from KBB Records; the buzzing new label founded by Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce and co-manager Kyle Borman.
The Providence based hip-hop/metal outfit will also play the Kevin Says stage all summer on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour which officially kicks off today in Houston, Texas.
Scare Don’t Fear will make a pit stop in Los Angeles, CA while out on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour to film two music videos, one will be for the latest single "City Of Skeletons" and the second is soon to be announced. "City Of Skeletons" will be filmed by Dale Anthony Resteghini, better known as Rage.
Scare Don't Fear just shared new single "City Of Skeletons," which will appear on the forthcoming debut album "From The Ground Up." A brand new music video directed by Dale Anthony Resteghini, better known as Rage, is soon to follow. Vocalist Frankie Screamz comments:
“The whole band is beyond stoked to finally get our song 'City Of Skeletons' released to the world. We feel like it's one of the best songs we've ever written And it gives everyone a real taste of what the new album (From The Ground Up) will be like.
"Since forming this band 6 years ago we have grown tremendously and we feel that this song shows the progression. We were especially excited when we found out Rage was doing the video. Like us he doesn't put himself in a box. He has done videos for all kinds of artist and bands so we know together we will make a killer team and really come up with some dope visuals that bring City of Skeletons to life!”
"City Of Skeletons" is now available for digital download on iTunes, with an official street date of June 17, 2014. More...
Scare Don't Fear, the first band signed to Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce and co-manager Kyle Borman's KBB Records, will be spending the summer on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour alongside a lineup that includes Born of Osiris, Every Time I Die, Falling In Reverse, Less Than Jake, Motionless In White, The Devil Wears Prada, and The Summer Set.
"All of us in Scare Don't Fear have been following the Warped Tour since we were kids, so it's an amazing feeling to be on the whole tour," says the band, which will be featured on the Kevin Say's Stage for the entire festival (see tour dates below). "We are anxious and ready to show everyone what we're all about."
Adds Ben Bruce of the announcement: "I am extremely excited and proud that my mates in Scare Don't Fear will be playing the Vans Warped Tour all summer long. I remember how incredibly supportive everyone was when Asking Alexandria played Warped and what a huge step it was in a our career, and I know everyone is going to show SDF the crazy love and support they showed us. Their debut album 'From The Ground Up' is incredible, and we can't wait to share it with you all. Spend this summer moshing, dancing, laughing and singing - make it a summer to remember for yourselves and Scare Don't Fear!"
Scare Don't Fear is currently hard at work on a full-length debut, which the Providence, RI-based hip-hop/metal band is recording with producer Mike Watts at his VuDu Studios in Port Jefferson, NY. More...
Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce and co-manager Kyle Borman are proud to announce the launch of KBB Records and the signing of the label's first act, Scare Don't Fear.
"After years of planning, touring, writing and learning, and after ups and downs, arguments and agreements, I have grown to not only love the music industry, but understand it and respect it," says co-founder Ben Bruce. "KBB Records is a label run by artists, for artists. With my love and passion for music along with my knowledge and understanding of the music industry it's our goal to work alongside incredible artists of all genres and to create and release amazing music for the world to fall in love with."
The first band signed to the new label is Scare Don't Fear: a Providence, RI-based fusion of hip-hop and metal.
"Everyone in Scare Don't Fear is extremely proud to be a part of KBB Records. SDF are huge fans of Asking Alexandria, so when Ben and Kyle approached us about teaming up, we were stoked. We have been working at this goal for over five years and it's a very rewarding feeling to not only get signed, but to get signed to a label that has such an amazing team behind it. All of us are looking forward to building towards the future with KBB Records." More...
Rhode Island rapcore outfit Scare Don't Fear has released the full new "Destroy | Rebuild" EP online for streaming. Check out the release in the player below, or find more info on the band over at Facebook here.
Rhode Island's metal/hip hop act Scare Don't Fear has released a new single titled "The Stick Up," which is off the band's upcoming EP "Destroy | Rebuild," due for release next year. Check out "The Stick Up" in the YouTube player available below.
American Rapcore act Scare Don’t Fear have announced plans to release a new music video for their track “Street Warriors” on April, 20th. The track is taken from the band's latest album "Blinded." You can stream the track in the player below.