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The band is not active anymore.
The core of the band used to comprise the Danish drummer Mikkel Brink, Kevin Koradin, and his friend Matej Batelič, with the latter two also having a common history in the band Revolver. Mikkel and Kevin recorded their first album in Amsterdam and after returning to Slovenia, Tide morphed into a rock quartet that is today formed by the singer, guitarist, and song writer Kevin Koradin, the bass player Matej Batelič, the drummer Blaž Sotošek, and the guitarist Tine Čas. For a time, Peter Kokotec, Anže Žurbi, and Gregor Jakac also played in the band.
All of Tide's albums – Seven Days (2005); Nothing To Lose (2007); Regeneration (2009); and No. 4 (2012) – were released at CPZ (Cela pametna založba), with Regeneration also released by the German label Antstreet Records.
The band, when still in its root set-up, already had a few concerts in Florida and the Netherlands. After moving to Slovenia, Tide played at numerous rock festivals (Njoki summer festival, Lent Festival, Rock Otočec, Zmaj 'ma mlade Festival, Gra(n)d Rock Sevnica ...) and clubs. They toured with Siddharta and were warm-up bands for Uriah Heep, Slash, and Iron Maiden.
One of their albums was nominated by a Belgrade national radio for the best ex-Yugoslav album. They were also awarded two Zlati zidak [Golden brick] awards by RTV Slovenia, one for their song "Adieu" and another for being the best group in Slovenia.