“Planeside's longevity has something to do with their road-warrior nature. They do laps around the eastern U.S., Appealing in their gutsy riffs and throaty but melodic singing. In any case, Planeside has outlasted countless upstart bands to become a regional institution.”
Fairfield County Weekly - CT.
“Highly Recommended, these guys will fuck your eardrums and leave you wanting more! Planeside is hands down the best band of the century!”
“Planeside -makes you wonder why the whole world doesn’t already know this band.”
“This NY power trio rocks it raw like sushi.
Two teen rock prodigies and a former roadie quit their jobs to form a balls-to-the-wall rock trio in 2000. Several years later, they’re gellin’ like Magellan.”
Fly Magazine - PA.
“Like A dark, granite overhang, Planeside's thick rock has a monumental quality-jagged hooks worn to a smooth polish. While rarely straying too far from contemporary rock convention, the group exudes a heavy, guitar-driven vitality, casting a well defined shadow”
“Expect trashy, driving, loud rock & roll at the live show, an overall sound that would have gone further in the radio environment of the mid-'90s.
Despite the obstacles thrown at them, Planeside have managed to survive and carve out their own niche.”
New Haven Advocate, CT.
“PLANESIDE has released a hearty output of songs about trying to relate to women, getting burned out on drugs and trying to relate to women who got burned out on drugs. The band recalls a time when grimy alt-rockers took themselves pretty seriously and weren't ashamed of it —”
Fairfield County Weekly - Hard Ball