Rob = Vocals, all guitars
Neal = Drums
Jake Bannon = Additional Vocals
"Yes, this band and this release will turn heads, draw societal blood, incense quite a few people and hopefully even terrify them", says Rob Lind (aka "White Trash Rob", founding member and sole songwriter of Boston's infamous Blood For Blood and frontman for Rock N' Roll's favorite new son's Sinners & Saints). "We live in terrible times. People should be terrified and horrified and disgusted at what's going on in this world and in their name every single day. Ramallah is here to shove it all right down their throats."
Picking up where most so-called "heavy" music fails, Ramallah is extreme music for extreme times, both musically and lyrically. "This is the most aggressive music that I've ever written" says Rob, though he is quick to point out that Ramallah is no Blood For Blood clone or stand-in: "I don't want to limit or pigeon-hole the band by attempting to descibe the sound. Let's just say that although any fan of BFB will dig this, Ramallah has many more influences and elements. There's even some melody here and there in the midst of all of the sonic apocalypse, though not enough to make it palatable or friendly to complacent white America" (laughs).
Ramallah's message differs from Rob's previous endeavors also. "It is a sick world that we live in. Not just my world but the whole world. And I intend to shove it as many people's faces as I can. So I'm holding back on the personal memoirs and anecdotes that I've often indulged in in the past. The whole world is burning as we speak. Right now the only crime is silence".
Ramallah is breaking the silence.