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Los Angeles, California, United States (2004 – present)

Confide was a band from Los Angeles, California, United States formed in 2004.
They have released two EP’s: Innocence Surround and Introduction, a demo and three full length albums: Shout The Truth, which was re-recorded and re-released when Joel Piper joined the band, and their latest widely discussed album Recover. Confide officialy announced they’re breakup up on October 4th 2010.

All former members (in order of joining):

Jeffrey Helberg (2004 - 2010): guitar (only original member left)
Aaron Van Zuthpen (2004 - 2009): guitar
Joshua Plesh (2004 - 2007): vocals
Billy Pruden (2004 - 2009): bass
Jason Pickard (2004 - 2006): drums
John Paul Penton (2006 - 2007): drums
Ross Kenyon (2007 - 2010): vocals (Ex-Penknifelovelife)
Arin Ilejay (2007 - 2009): drums
Joshua Paul (2009 - 2010): guitar (Ex-In Fair Verona)
Joel Piper (2009 - 2010): drums, vocals (also in Avery PkwyEx-Olivia the Band)
Trevor Vickers (2009 - 2010): bass (Ex-Underneath the Gun)

Confide was formed by Joshua Plesh, Aaron Van Zuthpen, Billy Pruden, Jason Pickard and Jeffrey Helberg. They were in the same youth group and wanted to start a hardcore band. Two EP’s were recorded in this formation: Innocence Surround and Introduction.
In the end of 2006, drummer Jason Pickard left the band and was replaced by John Paul Penton. Joshua Plesh also left the band. Ross Kenyon (who was fronting Penknifelovelife at that time) contacted Jeffey Helberg through the internet and told him he wanted to sing in an American band because his girlfriend lived there.


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  • TuTAH_1

    Я ещё не нашел музыку лучше этой! Есть Bullet For My Valentine, но она, к сожалению, быстро надоедают, в отличии от Confide

    21 Jan 9:35am Reply
  • perezhivem

    музыка для 15ти летних американских школьников которых достали родители.

    19 Jan 3:55pm Reply
  • brianPLAGUES

    cash grab album. pretty sure they ripped people off

    6 Jan 3:24am Reply
  • Ivar91

    Even though it sounded that the lead guitarist forgot how to play riffs on All Is Calm, it was a pretty decent comeback album

    16 Dec 2014 Reply
  • i_cool

    i miss confide with billy aaron and arin

    25 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Nyappybunny


    26 Sep 2014 Reply
  • AlejandroAcost_

    They are pretty good I like their music. :)

    21 Sep 2014 Reply
  • bobo9390

    v precisely

    9 Aug 2014 Reply
  • BrokenxStars

    Joel is an awesome drummer and I loved Avery Pkwy but they never should have added his vocals to Confide.

    7 Aug 2014 Reply
  • njdekroon90

    Love Confide? seriously check these guys out! You won't regret it! - Pay what you wish or free! -

    11 Jul 2014 Reply
  • xGunmetalAngel

    Were way better when they played deathcore.

    8 Jul 2014 Reply
  • iPowers

    I'm really bummed they are on hiatus again. The album they released last year was so unique and original. It's too bad they are gone.

    3 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Alexburne

    For "Norma Jean" and "Every Time I Die" fans

    15 Jun 2014 Reply
  • unhappyboy666


    22 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Ivar91

    I agree, but the problem isn't only Joel, it's also the fact that the lead guitarist on Shout The Truth left after that album. He was a big part of the good stuff when it comes to great riffs.

    9 Apr 2014 Reply
  • bobo9390

    I just do not like what Joel did to the band. STT was a great album with some touches of Norma Jean and Underoath present. Everything after just reeks of the usual Rise Records type metalcore. I like a fair amount of that kind of stuff, but this band had so much promise. Even the early deathcore EPs are quality stuff.

    6 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Entripy777

    Metalcore from Australia:

    18 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Alex_Trap

    saw this band a looong time ago I regret not giving them an honest listen until now

    10 Mar 2014 Reply
  • nostalgia-rush

    I honestly like recover the most. That thing was my jam back in 9th grade.

    13 Feb 2014 Reply
  • wortex

    All is Calm isn´t that bad, but imo, it losts a lot of agressivity. Thought it would be more like STT or Recover.STT and Recover were phenomenal records. Yes, All is Calm has some really good songs, but it´s not what did I expect from a reunion release.

    5 Feb 2014 Reply
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