Trust Company is an American alternative metal band from Prattville, Alabama.
Formed in 1997>, Trust Company is then composed of Kevin Palmer and Jason Singleton, who is briefly the drummer in Ed Kemper Trio. Initially called 41 Down, the group then recruits Josh Moates and James Fukai. Later, he will make an album and sign a label with Geffen Records. And finally, the group will change its name by choosing Trust Company instead of 41 Down, not to be confused with the Canadian group Sum 41.
On July 23, 2002, the band released its first album, The Lonely Position of Neutral>. The album is recognized especially for the title Downfall , that MTV2 diffuses for a long time. Later, Downfall came into the Billboard Hot 100 of singles. A second single entitled Running from Me follows but with less success. The Lonely Position is certified gold by the RIAA, then the band tours with bands such as Thirty Seconds to Mars and Papa Roach. They also left with Disturbed and Korn as part of the Pop Sux Tour in 2002.
Trust Company was scheduled to play Ozzfest in 2003, but the band had to cancel the event because the second album, True Parallels had to be worked in that time. The publication of the album is finally done on March 22, 2005 with 8 to 10 months late. A few months before its realization, the bassist Josh Moates leaves the group, and is replaced by Warren Walker. Despite the lack of promotion from their label, the album entered the Billboard 200 singles being placed 32>, while continuing to sell more than 200,000 copies. The first and only single of the album,