- Audio CD (29 July 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Polydor
- ASIN: B00006FXUY
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,896 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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TRUSTcompany formed in Montgomery, Alabama when singer-guitarist Kevin Palmer and drummer Jason Singleton met as teenagers with a mutual interest in making noise. Bassist Josh Moates and second guitarist James Fukai joined in 2000 to form the quartet. Two indie-released albums were recorded and disappeared without trace, then TRUSTcompany played an L.A gig in late 2001, catching the attention of Geffen Records President/Flip Records founder Jordan Schur; who carried a pedigree for finding exciting American bands; Limp Bizkit, Puddle of Mudd, and Staind. The band were apparently signed hours after the set closed
Produced by Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Lit, Eve 6) and mixer Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Therapy, Feeder, Jeff Buckley, Rage Against The Machine) 'The Lonely position of Neutral' took place. And it's clear where these influences lie, sounding like Feeder in bed with Linkin Park being joined by the Deftones, and that's no bad thing. In fact throughout the loud-soft guitar riffery and impassioned vocals on tracks like "Falling Apart", ¨Hover¨ and ¨Figure 8¨ there is also a suggestion of the influence of classic D.C. post-punkers Fugazi.
Current single ¨Downfall¨ is awesome, tearing up the American charts and gaining great airplay, it's a great tune in a traditional way that sounds fresh and the accompanying video is also interesting. Heartbreak has found its way into many a popular song and the collections on this album are no exception.
Catch them on tour with Korn and Puddle of Mudd, the record's been out for a month or so, released relatively quietly. Expect a new marketing drive in the close future and see for yourself.
So when i heard that a Nu Metal band 'Trust Company' were supporting KoRn on their UK tour, I didn't have much expectations of them. But i decided to check them out before I went to see them at the KoRn concert. and i was pleasantly surprised with how good Trust Company are.
They don't really do anything revolutionary or radical from what you have heard before, they just play pretty typical Nu Metal songs, but they do it extreamely well.
People have likened them to Linkin Park, but when you listen to them, they don't really sound that much alike. They do have a similar idea to Linkin Parks mix of melodic vocals accompanied by aggressive screaming, but Trust Company are void of any rap/hip hop elements that are Linkin Parks trade marks, and this gives Trust Company a much more concentrated sound, which comes off very well.
You may of heard 'Downfall' on one of the music channels, and although it isn't even the strongest song off this CD, it is a pretty good representation of the whole album. So if you like that song, then you will like the rest of this album, as it's more of the same.
But if you haven't heard anything from Trust Company, if you are already a fan of bands like Linkin Park, then you will definately like Trust Company. Although big fans of bands like the Deftones may find Trust Company too melodic and not aggressive as you would like.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I feel this as an album is very under-rated. First off, I wouldn't compare this to Linkin Park. TRUSTcompany are depressing, and its not always what I like in music, but their... Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2005 by Dan Desmond
I first had heard one of the tracks from this disc in Project Gotham 2 and immediately liked it. The disc has some great music on it, but my personal favourite is track 8, Deeper... Read morePublished on 6 Jan. 2005
I first heard of Trust Company on Kerrang TV, when I saw the Video for Downfall, I thought to myself yeah this song is actually amazing, so I then decided to buy the album. Read morePublished on 27 Aug. 2002