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“After almost 3 years of being together, we have decided to part ways and pursue different projects. There are legitimate reasons for this decision, but ultimately we will remain friends while staying dedicated to what we love doing most, music.
We would like to thank everyone who has in some way been affected by our music, come to our shows, bought a piece of merch, let us sleep on their floor, fed us, or just had something nice to say about our band. Without you guys we wouldn’t have been able to go on as long as we have.”

That was the message Tripside gave their fans in April of 2005. Tripside (Ryan Seigel - vocals and guitar, Mike Sadis - bass, George DeHaven - drums, and Frankie Martinelli - lead guitar) were widely known as one of the best rock bands in the promising Long Island scene. They released the Tomorrow EP in 2002, the full length album Take You Home in 2003, and the How To Make A Hormone Digital EP in 2005.

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  • TheG2

    Yeah, no kidding, Just as I got back into them, they disband...excellent.

    5 Nov 2006 Reply
  • lareerocks

    Damn, I loved this band.

    3 Nov 2006 Reply