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Killer Kids

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The three-girl, three-boy young'uns (the age range is 17-20) in

Eyes Set to Kill

are having quite a year. The screamo outfit released a well-received EP earlier in '06 and just recently dropped a DVD with eight songs performed live. Better yet, they've been signed to Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's 100% Woman/Suburban Noize Records. Though the target demographic seems to be teenage boys and girls with white belts and Robert-Smith-esque hair, the songs are passionate and tightly played, and these kids deserve the success they're seeing. Don't believe the juniors deserve it? Check out a couple songs...

"Darling": http://media.newtimes.com/id/168087/

"Liar in the Glass": http://media.newtimes.com/id/168088/

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