Kodiak “Alone”

Kodiak is able to call back to the emo-rock of the early 2000s with their new single, Alone. Whipping in hints of hair metal (e.g. Enuff Z’Nuff, Winger) into the mix is something we’ve not heard before, but it turns Alone into one hell of an effort. Taut instrumentation builds a wall of sound that allows the supersonic vocals to shine brightly. There’s a ton of interactions here between the individual instruments that will continue to make themselves known as one continues to listen to the cut. We’re excited to hear more from Kodiak in the near future; check out their video for Alone below.

Kodiak “Alone” / Domain /

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