Raleigh WoR has unleashed their debut album “Prisoners” leaving music fans with a taste of heaviness.
The Roman Show interviewed the members of the band, which include Bobby Demoss on vocals, Ben Kaiser on guitar, David Nisoff on guitar, Phillip Funderburk on guitar and on the drums Dylan Jenkins who recently joined the group.
Jenkins came in added fuel to the band, the members said.
“Dyaln came in with his hair on fire,” he said. “He came in and reenergized the old songs and helped us to write new tunes and pushed us to be better players.”
The members later said, “Having him brings a whole new style. It is more alive. We are glad how the album came out. Everyone is going to like how he plays the drums.”
Jenkins replaced Hunter Crews.
DROPPING THE ALBUM
Prisoners was recorded before the pandemic. However, the record describes what the world went though last year.
“After sitting at home for a year, I am looking forward to play the heavier. We have some cool stuff as part of the set. I am excited to play Sirens, Predators and VI Kings those are always a banger.”
There was a message in the album.
“We pick a topic and discuss,” they said. “It is something I want to write about as part of the conversation.”
The band took on a heavy cover version of The Offspring’s most beloved tracks “Come and Out Play”.