The trials and tribulations of being rock n’roll survivors in an ever-changing music business has made stalwart Detroit rockers Kaleido stronger and tougher, and that is reflected in their muscular new single My Enemy, which was produced by Johnny K (3 Doors Down, Disturbed, Pop Evil, Megadeth, Adelitas Way). They are on the road in the US as part of the Summer Soul Collection Tour with September Mourning to support the release, which is now available on all streaming and sales sites.
Kaleido have been pounding away as an independent Rock band for the last six years, releasing two EPs and an album independently, while touring constantly. They’ve opened for notable bands like Seether, Halestorm, Rob Zombie and Evanescence; and they kicked off 2018 with two performances on the Shiprocked cruise. Recently they played a handful of dates on the final Vans Warped tour.
Watch the My Enemy video below!
Comprised of Christina Chriss (vocals), Joey Fava (drums), Ronnie Rosolino (Guitar) and Cody Morales (bass) Kaleido is a fresh, modern day incarnation of Detroit rock n’roll: a straight-up, piss-and-vinegar band. Their authentic and memorable songs are highlighted by a dynamic show, which has garnered them accolades on the live music circuit.
Detroit media has taken notice: Kaleido was a featured performer on WDIV-TV (NBC) Detroit 2017 Annual Fireworks Telecast, and has also been featured on local PBS show Metro Arts and CBS 62’s local music coverage. They were named Best Band in Detroit by Real Detroit Weekly in 2013 & 2014, and won two Detroit Music Awards in 2015 for “Outstanding Rock/Pop Group” and “Outstanding Rock Recording” for their second independent EP ‘Unbreakable’. Kaleido was nominated again in 2017 for their album “Experience” and won “Outstanding Heavy Rock Group”.
Their Experience album helped grow their fan base both in the US and abroad, debuting number eleven on Soundscan Top New Artists Albums and number thirty seven on the Top Current Rock Albums chart. The album was tapped as New and Noteworthy by iTunes and Amazon Music and spawned the Active Rock charting Die Tryin’ – which made it into the Loudwire Video Battle Royale Hall of Fame by remaining at number one for five straight weeks.