"Trust Company" (also depicted as "TRUSTcompany" and "TRUST*CO") was a four-piece music group from Montgomery, Alabama. The band was formed in 1997 under the name "41 Down", but was changed prior to the release of their first album after signing to Geffen Records – so they weren't to be confused with the popular Canadian band Sum 41.
The formation of the band came together in 1997 through Kevin Palmer and Jason Singleton, who met after school where they played in a band together, before they parted ways to form their own groups. They came back together and recruited Josh Moates, playing at numerous gigs in a bid to get recognized, and subsequently signed. James Fukai was recruited in 2000, and the band ultimately signed with major record label, Geffen Records.
The band released their debut major-label album, ''The Lonely Position of Neutral'', on July 23, 2002. The album was well received with moderate success, and the singles "Downfall" and "Running From Me" gained some strong radio airplay. The record was certified Gold by the RIAA, and the band went on to tour with artists such as 30 Seconds To Mars and Papa Roach.
Trust Company released their sophomore album...
|years active||1997 – 2005|
|music genre||Alternative Metal|
|current members|| Kevin Palmer|
|past members||Josh Moates|