Code:Adrenaline- Code: Adrenaline was a three-piece and later four-piece Pop Punk band from Bethpage, New York (Long Island). The band was started April 26th, 2001 by Nick Zinnanti, Sam Trestman, and Bob Wulff.
They recorded their first album, "Put 'Em Hands Up" and released it in 2004. They grew out of the Cavalry scene, which was a venue that was in the basement of the Cavalry Church. Bands like Patent Pending grew out of that scene. After this, they recruited Tom Spartinos from the band, Wind Up Toy, another Cavalry pop punk band, and they became a four piece. They continued playing shows all over the island, and released their second and final album, "Just Getting Started" towards the end of their career. They announced that they were breaking up on September 11th, 2006 and released their first, last, and only music video to the song "Til Death Do Us Part".
Since their breakup, Nick Zinnanti has formed Almost Famous, a solo project, Kirk Fogg's African Adventure, a grindcore project with Code: Adrenaline drummer, Bob Wulff, and Life Between Sleep, an experimental alternative rock band. Sam Trestman was in The Vision for a long time, but left recently before the release of their full length, Hear Me Out. Tom Spartinos is now in The Vision. Bob Wulff played drums for Kirk Fogg's African Adventure and is currently in Casari.
- Nick Zinnanti (Guitar, Vocals)
- Tom Spartinos (Guitar, Vocals)
- Sam Trestman (Bass, Vocals)
- Bob Wulff (Drums)