With imagery of rain in the sky and tears, Kodiak’s debut single GOODBYE is a driven and determined single about wanting to get to the root of a breakup based on misunderstanding.  The song makes you believe that love can heal all wounds, thanks to the Biggiani brothers– slamming drummer Pete and arousing guitarist Chris, along with supportive bassist TJ Haefner, and the passionate lead singer Eric Dalton.

“Everyone goes through this in their lives, including the four of us,” the band says about mending fences with a true love. Pete says all four of the band members wrote the song, starting on the guitar. “First Chris wrote the chorus riff. Then he and I both sit down and pieced the parts together. Then Eric who wrotes the lyrics & TJ the bass parts…” 

This NJ-based hard rock band is co-managed and produced by Carmine Appice, who chose Pete as the winner in his “Next Drum Prodigy” contest for his Realistic Rock For Kids DVD 10 years ago.  Now signed to WorldSound/AWal Entertainment, the group is releasing 3 singles this summer as they play festivals and make TV and radio appearances, plus live concerts, and get ready for an album later this year.

Kodiak have already turned heads with a number of hard rock/heavy metal legends VH1 / radio host Ed Trunk introduced the group, who played their first gig, opening for The Appice Brothers, at 2019’s Hall of Heavy Metal History Award Show Anaheim, California.  The group was compared to a young Van Halen!   

Links to listen to GOODBYE at: https://awal.lnk.to/GoodbyeKodiak