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Album Review

It was probably inevitable that Trust Company would re-form after their 2005 breakup, given that both of the band's albums had reached the Top 50, suggesting that the musicians were leaving money on the table by splitting. So, six years later, singer/guitarist Kevin Palmer, guitarist James Fukai, and drummer Jason Singleton are back, now with new bassist Wes Cobb, picking up where they left off. That was playing "alternative metal," which in their case means music with metal arrangements for the guitars and drums, but with melodic vocals by Palmer, not an enraged heavy metal howl. In their heyday, Trust Company didn't reach their potential in competition with such peers as System of a Down, Disturbed, and Staind, but that potential remains here, as the band aims at a middle ground that may bring in more mainstream rock fans without alienating metalheads. So, the aggression is there in the music, but above it, Palmer sings earnestly, if through a diffuse sound filter, encouraging his listeners and providing singalong parts. "Tonight, you're not alone," he concludes on "Don't Say Goodbye," the closer, which might serve as the re-formed band's new theme song.

Customer Reviews

"These skies will burn for you..."

I've been a fan of this band for a long time. And I was so happy to hear that they were creating a new album. And what an album it is! At first listen, it will not blow you away like there first 2 efforts. But, after a few listens from top to bottom, this album takes you on a journey and as the listener you see the maturity that this album provides. It is there most complete album to date, and I find myself everyday being obsessed with a new song on this album. With this album, the guys from Trust Company incorporate all types of musical efforts, yet keeping with there original style that brought them to the dance. Every song tells such a beautiful story and you can hear the pain and happiness in Kevin Palmers voice when he is singing. The lyrics are the biggest thing for me on this album. You can tell that Kevin Palmer really took his time when constructing each song, and that is why each song on it's own could potentially be a huge hit. There are no fillers on this album, and that's why this album is such a complete album. It is not just a typical hard rock album, it truly is something more. With more exposure with this album, people will see how rock 'n' roll is not a dying genre... yet a reformation of how the new generation of rock should and strive to become. Topics of suicide mixed in with finally letting go and realizing through the process of letting go, a person can truly start living and embracing life are found throughout this album. Also, broken relationships mixed in with finding that new love and wanting nothing more than wanting to be that persons savior are scattered throughout the songs on this album. And the title track, "Dreaming In Black and White" tells such a elemental story of how dreams are always mixed in with one's reality can tell such a haunting story to the world. Old listeners will obviously love this album, but it's the new listeners that will truly enjoy this effort. Such relatable songs, that anyone can pick this album up and instantly fall in love with it.

Notable songs: "Letting Go", "Stumbling", "Don't Say Goodbye" and "Dreaming In Black And White."


Formed: 1997 in Montgomery, AL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Alternative metal outfit Trust Company (also referred to as TRUSTcompany and TRUST*CO) formed in Montgomery, AL, circa 1997 around Kevin Palmer (vocals/guitar) and Jason Singleton (drums). The two met after high school, initially playing in a local band together before breaking off to create their own group. Distinguishing themselves from the alt-rock pack in their merger of melody with guitar-driven metal, the group took influence from the likes of Pantera, the Smashing Pumpkins, and the Deftones....
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