Wolfmother in Turmoil Again: Members Leave, Record Labels Run
February 24, 2012 by André Pusey
It seems that Wolfmother are once again in trouble, and the future seems uncertain for the Australian four-piece hard rockers.
A source from close within the band’s organisation has revealed exclusively to Wolfmother.net that drummer Will Scott and rhythm guitarist Aidan Nemeth have officially left the band, essentially citing irreconcilable differences with frontman Andrew Stockdale, echoing the reasons for original members Chris Ross and Myles Heskett leaving back in August 2008.
In addition, it has been revealed by the same source that the band’s upcoming third album is to be delayed further. The statement includes the following passage:
There is no release date for album #3 because Modular, Universal and Interscope are not interested in releasing it.
It is currently unclear as to whether the band will continue to perform together, or whether the album will receive a release at any time soon, although the band did recently perform at the 2012 ASP World Surfing Awards ceremony in Australia.
Wolfmother.net will have more news as soon as it is available.