Detroit hard rockers Kaleido recently released their new debut album "Experience" on May 19th through Luxor Records. The band is also currently on tour, opening for fellow rockers Seether, before joining Rob Zombie in July. This five-piece band is a stadium act ready to unleash their music on the masses. Their new album begins with a fake radio station intro, which leads into the big guitar sound of "Blue Collar Delight" as singer Christina Chriss will have you following her every word with her intense vocals. They continue with the rhythm fueled eruption of "No More Little Miss Nice Bitch" and the battle cry of "Die Tryin'" as Kaleido deliver an experienced rock sound as if they've been around for years. They experiment with their hard rock sound with the island rhythm of "Trouble In Paradise," but come roaring back with the high energy of "Love & War." Kaleido finish their album with the power ballad "All Together" and the slow, steady build-up of "The End." For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album "Experience," please visit kaleidoband.com.
From Southern California comes the latest release from pop-punk band Ten
Foot Pole. Their new album titled "Setlist," features new recordings of
some of the band's previous songs with Dennis Jagard taking over the lead singer role.
Their new 13-song release contains 10 of the band's previous songs with a
cleaner, more energetic, up-to-date sound; and a couple unreleased
songs "Scars" and " I Don't Wanna Go." The final track on the album is
an acoustic version of "Old Man." Ten Foot Pole kick things off with the
buried treasure "Scars" as they will certainly capture your attention right from the first note. They kick it up a notch with the intense
punk-like speed of "My Wall," before delivering the up-beat pop tones of
"I Don't Wanna Go." Their music is definitely fun to sing-along to,
especially "Kicked Out Of Kindergarten" and "Never Look Back." They
finish with the build-up of "Closer To Grey" and the acoustic strumming
of "Old Man." To find out more about Ten Foot Pole and their latest
release "Setlist," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/tenfootpole.
Arriving July 13th on Gold Mold Records is the split EP titled
"PolarPricks." It features the U.K. bands, Grand Pricks and Polarnecks
as they each place their best effort on this upcoming release. The first
two songs feature Grand Pricks who have an alternative, new wave sound
as they look to capture their nineties influences with "En Flique" and
"Don't Vote." Polarnecks deliver a raw, grunge-like feel to "Pretty,"
before the reckless punk attack of "Dogs." To find out more about this
unique split-release, please visit the Gold Mold Records Facbook page at
Canadian trio, HotKid recently released their full-length debut album
"Late Night Mornings." It features ten tracks as the band were allowed
to experiment more in the studio with this new release. The album begins
with the deep bass groove of "Need A Friend" as you are introduced to
the wonderful vocals of Shiloh Harrison. They expand upon their sound with
the alternative buzz of the title-song "Late Night Mornings" and deliver
a raw, new wave sound with "Little Mess." The up-tempo, pop-punk feel
of "Caught In The Light" and "Wasting Time" showcase the energy this
trio have to deliver to their fans, while they also touch upon the
alternative grunge of the 90's in "Jealous." HotKid wrap up their new
album with the classic new wave rock sound of "This Time." To find out
more about HotKid and their latest release "Late Night Mornings," please
From New York comes the latest release from alternative rockers the
Dolly Spartans. Their new 5-song EP is titled "Time Sides With No One"
and features one of the top indie-rock bands of the east coast. They
begin their new album with the steady build-up of "When The Wheels
Stopped Moving" as their sound contains mature, well-written melodies
that definitely has a timeless quality. They pick the energy up with
the up-beat pop/rock of "Hanging Out" and reach their pinnacle on the
sing-along chorus of "I Hear The Dead." They finish up their new short
release with the youthful, high energy appeal of "Time Sides With No
One" as Dolly Spartans leave you wanting more from this band. To find
out about the Dolly Spartans and their latest release "Time Sides With
No One," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/dollyspartans.