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School chums Chris Brown and Peter Charell absorbed the heavy
rock sound of Korn, Soundgarden, and Metallica during the mid-'90s.
Both were music geeks and naturally flirted with the idea of getting a
group together. Casual gigs in school motivated them even more, leaving
Brown and Charell to design what would become Trapt. In 1997, fellow
guitarist Simon Ormandy joined the band. The trio recorded its own demo
and landed gigs in and around the suburbs of southern California.
Within a year, Trapt were opening up for the likes of Papa Roach,
Dredg, and Spike 1000, but high-school graduation loomed ahead.
Trapt's second album, Amalgamation, was self-released in 1998, but the
band's dynamic was shifting. Ormandy and Brown were attending classes
at UC Santa Barbara by fall 1999 while Charell was several hours away
at UC Santa Cruz. The band met up on weekends for rehearsals and shows,
and also managed to issue another record, Glimpse, in early 2000 with
hopes that a record label would notice. As luck would have it, Trapt
impressed those at the Immortal label after a stellar gig at the
Troubadour one evening in late 2000. Talks of a deal were in the works,
but Immortal dropped the band after eight weeks.
Each member eventually dropped out of school and moved to Los Angeles
to focus solely on Trapt. Seattle native Aaron Montgomery joined to
play drums, and after a 9/11 benefit show, Warner Bros. offered the
band a deal in late 2001. A year later, Trapt prepared their proper
debut, and a self-titled EP appeared in spring 2004. The band returned
in 2005 with Someone in Control. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, All Music Guide
Written by MacKenzie Wilson