So sad. Scary Kids Scaring Kids frontman, Tyson Stevens passed away on Oct. 21, at the age of 29.
Tyson Stevens, 29, the former vocalist of defunct band, Scary Kids Scaring Kids passed away on Oct. 21. A new report claims that the talented singer was found dead by his girlfriend in Tucson, Arizona. The tragic news broke on social media and was confirmed by Stevens’ current band Coma Prevail with a post on Facebook.
Tyson Stevens Dead — Scary Kids Scaring Kids Passes Away
Such sad news. Tyson passed away at such a young age, and will certainly be missed. According to Alternative Press an anonymous source close to Tyson revealed that his body was discovered by his girlfriend.
Salvatore Mignano, Tyson’s friend and vocalist for the band, Victory Records took to Instagram to post a picture of them together and a message about his friend who he will miss.
I just found out some very sad news that an old tour friend Tyson Stevens passed away lastnight in his sleep. I meet Tyson when The Sleeping did the last Scary Kids Scaring Kids tour and everyday on that tour was an awesome time. It ended up being one of those tours that I’ll never forget. Everyday we all hung out and partied like one big traveling family. It’s sad that the world lost a talented and great man like him. He will be missed. RIP Tyson
Scary Kids Scaring Kids formed in 2002. In 2005 they released their first album, “After Dark,” while the members were still in school. Following their first record, they were signed to Immortal Records where they released their first full album “The City Sleeps in Flames.”
After releasing one more album together, the group called it quits in 2009
Following his time with Scary Kids, Tyson then joined his current band, Coma Prevail. According to the bands Facebook page the band recorded their three song demo in the fall of 2013.
They also issued the following statement following Tyson’s death: “Unfortunately the rumors are true. Out of respect for family we will post details soon. Thank you.”
HollywoodLifers, please leave your thoughts and prayers for Tyson’s loved ones in the comment section below.
— Caitlin Beck