Yes, there’s lots of commenting going on. Warrel Dane recently said that he thought the former drummer for Van Williams was — and I am paraphrasing — a worthless ball-bag, and Williams has responded with some lengthy comments of his own.
“I’d just like to say for the record, playing in Nevermore consumed a huge part of my life from the time we got signed together back in ‘94 up until just a few months ago,” Williams said in a statement to Blabbermouth. “During this time, the band has shared a lot of blood, sweat, tears and beers together, good times, bad times, and made some pretty cool music along the way, in my opinion, and I am proud to have been part of that with Warrel, Jeff [Loomis], Jim [Sheppard] and all the great guitar players we’ve had in between.
“About Warrel’s comment: It’s unfortunate to hear that after all we’ve been through, but a statement like that really just verifies that I made the right decision in leaving.
“And so I move on, I wish all luck in your future endeavors… and yes, even ‘the singer.’ With that being said, you know what they say: ‘It’s onward and upwards!’ …or sideways…”
Taking the high road. Nice move. I wish I knew how to do that. By the way, I think I may have a sex addiction. For real. There’s nothing I love more than a nice set of rib balloons, and I need me some nookie. I just had to get that out of my system. Thank you.