Here are the biggest rock and metal feuds in living memory that I have compiled. Hope you enjoy the squabbles and bitch fights as I do!
Mark Morton vs Randy Blythe
2004: To celebrate their sold-out show in Glasgow, Scotland, the Lamb of God bandmates drink 12-year-old scotch and get very drunk and violent with each other. Morton and Blythe fight like two bitches until Morton gets the upper-hand on the drunk, kilt-wearing Blythe and leaves him on the pavement. All this can be seen on their 2005 DVD Killadelphia. See it here now:
Robb Flynn (Machine Head) vs Kerry King (Slayer)
2001: King labeled Machine Head as “sell-outs” after the release of their 2001 album ‘Supercharger’, saying “They’re responsible for rap-metal”.
2002: Robert Flynn says Kerry King looks like a member of Right Said Fred…
2002: Kerry King: “I don’t remember us having bad blood… If somebody asks me if I like their last record, I say, ‘No, I don’t like the record.’ But that’s not slamming anybody. It’s my opinion. If he’s so fragile that that was painful, sorry dude, you’re in the wrong business.”
2004: Comment on MetalUnderground.com: “If Rob and Kerry King can just put their shit behind them and do another rousing rendition of Venom’s ‘Witching Hour’, life would be grand.”
2005: Flynn: “I am issuing an apology to Kerry for the role I’ve played in our ongoing ‘feud.’ I can’t even remember why it started. With every barb we trade, I feel like I’m losing a part of my youth, and with it, a part of who I used to be, before Machine Head came into existence.”
2007: The guys bury the hatchet at Metal Hammer’s own Golden Gods. Asked ‘What do you really think of Kerry King, Robb?’ Mr Flynn replied: “He’s alright man, we’re cool again. The beef is squashed. It got out of hand but we’re all good now.” 2009: So, about that Venom cover…
Tommy Cummings vs Dino Cazares
2008: At an April 26th performance in Poughkeepsie, Cummings cites major technical problems in order to end the show. He and Cazares get into a tussle, causing the latter to trip and fall. Cummings is fired that evening. Months later, the two men get into another fight at the Rockstar Engery Drink Mayhem Festival, but this time Dino's wife, Jennifer, gets dragged into the fracas and leaves her battered and bruised.
Dave Mustaine (Megadeth) vs James Hetfield & Lars Ulrich (Metallica)
1983: Dave Mustaine is kicked out of Metallica for ‘alcohol and substance abuse’. At some point in the next 20 years Lars says – amongst other things – that Dave Mustaine keeps up the Metallica-hating to promote his own band.
2004: ‘Metallica: Some Kind of Monster’ comes out. Mustaine berates Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich for kicking him out of the band instead of trying to help him deal with his addiction.
2004: Mustaine hates them for making him look like a crybaby.
2007: Mustaine says to Canadian Press: “After the documentary I hated them, but it took some time for this whole thing to kind of reveal itself. There are certain things that I miss in James, certain things that I’m glad are gone with Lars and just there’s no more sour grapes.” But does add: “I was the only guitar player and James just sang.” 2008: Ulrich told musicradar.com: “I don’t have a problem with him as much as I think he has a problem with me. I’ve always quite liked the guy. It has a tendency to depend on which mood he’s in. “If he’s in happy-go-lucky mood, then it’s ‘Lars is OK, ha ha, the little Danish guy, we used to dig holes in the earth and smoke bongs’ or whatever, and if he’s in a particular type of mood then it’s, ‘Lars is a fuckin’ asshole.’ I can’t control that. “I keep coming back to the statistics, which are interesting: he’s never played on a Metallica record, he was in the band for 10 months, 25 years ago! That’s an amazing statistic when you think about it, and still Metallica is such a prominent part of his existence. That’s just mind-blowing, because he has made some of the best heavy metal records of all time. It blows my mind.”
Dave Mustaine vs Kirk Hammett
Mustaine's replacement within Metallica by Kirk Hammett resulted in bad feelings towards Hammett on Mustaine's part. Even though he has stated he "[doesn't] care Kirk took my job," he also noted that "at least I got to bang his girlfriend before he took my job — how do I taste, Kirk?". He has also claimed that he wrote many of the solos on Kill 'Em All, which were then emulated note for note by Hammett. In "The Art of Kirk Hammett," Kirk states that he was told to use Mustaine's existing solos as a guideline. In the Megadeth edition of Behind the Music, Mustaine stated that "now he sees how [Hammett] tries really hard" and "thinks he makes really good use of what talent he has" after stating earlier in that interview "I hear how much time James and Lars allowed him to solo, and said to myself 'God, he's horrible...'" He has also stated "I don't really mind [Kirk] too bad these days. Like if he was drowning, I'd save him. But I'd wait a bit first." This feud has dropped off considerably in recent years.
Dave Mustaine vs David Ellefson
Mustaine's decision to break up Megadeth in 2002 left all band members miffed and holding grudges, especially David Ellefson, who hinted during an interview with Metal Sludge magazine that Mustaine faked the injury as an excuse to disband Megadeth. Ellefson had been, after Mustaine, the longest-serving member of Megadeth. Subsequently, the rift between them exploded, with the two camps exchanging lawsuits. Ellefson's suit alleged that co-founding guitarist Mustaine breached their long-running partnership agreement. He claimed Mustaine wrongfully took the lion's share of the band's income (estimated at more than $200 million since 1984) for himself and cut Ellefson out of the band's music publishing and merchandise revenues. Ellefson also said that Mustaine libeled him in an online posting, and he sought at least $18.5 million in damages. Mustaine's counterclaim alleged that Ellefson executed a settlement agreement in which he gave up his 20% interest in Megadeth. Mustaine maintains that the settlement — which Ellefson alleges was signed under pressure and ultimately withdrawn — released Mustaine from all claims. Ellefson eventually lost the case.
On Blabbermouth.net, Mustaine claims to have had dinner with Ellefson at Christmas in 2005 to talk things through; they are on good terms today as Mustaine states they have spoken on the phone numerous times. It should also be noted that as of late, Ellefson has stated (also on Blabbermouth.net) that if Mustaine were to call him tomorrow and ask him to rejoin the band, he would say yes.
Dave Mustaine vs Chris Poland
Former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland, featured on the albums Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! and Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? had been the target of sour comments from Mustaine concerning Poland's former habit of pawning band gear to purchase heroin. After Poland was dismissed from the band and replaced with Jeff Young in 1987, Mustaine's bitterness towards Poland was the subject of the track 'Liar' on Megadeth's 1988 album So Far, So Good... So What! In a 1992 interview, Mustaine was quoted as saying: "Chris Poland - you know what? - he could die tomorrow and it wouldn't affect me... Chris has never made amends to me for stealing all my gear. I had a collector's item Echoplex, which just disappeared, all sorts of guitars, which were all stolen to cash in for heroin. I'm willing to forgive and forget, but until he comes and makes amends with me then I'm not willing to give in."
The amends seemed to have been made by 2004 when Mustaine hired Poland to perform guitar solos on a number of tracks for The System Has Failed (he also recorded solos for Rust In Peace preproduction demos), after Poland had appeared to tell this side of the Megadeth story for the Behind the Music episode. Unfortunately, soon after the album's release, Mustaine was contacted by Poland's lawyers, who claimed Poland was due royalties beyond that of his session fees. In late 2006, Poland began posting on the official Megadeth message board, apparently having resolved his problems with Mustaine.
Dave Mustaine vs Kerry King (Slayer)
Mustaine has a long-standing feud with Slayer guitarist Kerry King. King had previously been a temporary member of Megadeth in 1984. Even though Mustaine tried to convince him to focus on Megadeth rather than the "lame spikes" and "eyeliner" with the "posers" in Slayer, Kerry refused to quit his main band. After a falling out during the 1991 "Clash of the Titans" tour, Kerry and Mustaine made public jabs at one another throughout the 1990s. Mustaine cited Slayer's poor record sales compared to Megadeth, and Kerry mentioned Mustaine's inability to get along with band members and tour with major acts. Mustaine tried to reach out to Kerry after the murder of Dimebag Darrell. King has said that he thinks Mustaine is a "cocksucker", has said that "everybody hates him", and that he is a "dictator". He also called David Ellefson a "great dude" and voiced his support for Ellefson's attempt to sue Mustaine in 2002, stating that he and Ellefson had "been friends for years." Mustaine, for his part, has stated that, in his opinion, "Kerry has a problem, because he hates everybody." In a recent 2007 interview in Metalhammer magazine, Mustaine states that he doesn't care anymore and wants to end his arguments, mainly with Metallica and Slayer. King stated in a 2007 issue of Revolver magazine that he is a "Mustaine fan", but that he doesn't "really care for the guy." Recently in GuitarWorld.com's Dear Guitar Hero, King stated that he "admires [Mustaine] to this day" as a guitarist, even though he considers Mustaine a "hypocrite" and an "asshole". Kerry King was the guest for episode 31 in Marty Friedman's Rock Fujiyama Show on Japanese TV, After playing The main riff of Jump In The Fire from Metallica, He made some compliments for Dave Mustaine. Megadeth and Slayer will be co-headlining a small Canadian tour together, which may mean that this feud has been resolved.
Dave Mustaine vs Tom Araya (Slayer)
Mustaine's feuds with King have sparked animosities between fans of Slayer and Megadeth, but the only other member of Slayer who seems to be involved in the feud with Mustaine is bassist/vocalist Tom Araya. Like the feud with King (although much smaller-scale), this feud mostly began at the "Clash of the Titans" tour when Mustaine told him that he liked it when Araya "sucked his dick." Araya proceeded to call him a "homo" onstage. Megadeth and Slayer will be co-headlining a small Canadian tour together, which may mean that this feud has been resolved.
Dave Mustaine vs Pantera
Mustaine at one time had a continuing feud with the band Pantera, who opened for Megadeth's 1992 'Countdown to Extinction' tour. Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo was known for saying "Fuck Megadeth" and "Fuck Dave" through the PA during Pantera's set minutes before Megadeth took the stage. In 1994, in an interview on MTV, Mustaine told an interviewer that he felt his music had been ripped off. He continued, "I'm not gonna name anybody 'cause I'm not gonna promote them. OK, we'll say 'panther' in Spanish. You're welcome guys. We might as well be cooking their dinner for them or pushing their little wheelbarrow to the bank for them." After the murder of former Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell (who had once been invited to join Megadeth), Mustaine downplayed this comment on a 2004 Headbanger's Ball memorial to Dimebag as an "off-camera, off-record" event and said he felt flattered by Pantera. However, the video of the interview is available at the MTV website. However, Mustaine and the members of Pantera seem to have put these differences to rest, as Mustaine has posthumously expressed his admiration for "Dimebag. In 2007, Mustaine toured with Phil Anselmo and Rex Brown's band Down, further indicating that he has apparently made peace with the former members of Pantera.
Dave Mustaine vs Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies)
Yet another brief feud that was sparked on the "Clash of the Titans" tour was between Mustaine and Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir. Muir was upset that Mustaine apparently tried to throw his band off the bill and responded by attacking Mustaine's alcohol addictions and joking that he "lived at the Betty Ford Clinic." The feud nearly became violent on the Clash of the Titans tour when he challenged Mustaine to an onstage fist-fight. Muir claimed that "There are a lot of people who would like to see Dave get his butt kicked, and the Lord knows Mike Muir ain't goin' down. I'll fuck him up... I'd dazzle him, left'n'right. I wanna see a little blood, y'know what I'm sayin'?" Mustaine responded to Muir verbally, claiming that Muir was stupid for trying to intimidate him (Mustaine holds black belts in Karate and Tae Kwon Do according to megadeth.com's FAQ section), and claiming to be a Suicidal fan as well. This feud did not carry on past the end of the tour. Suicidal even opened for Megadeth on their 1992 Countdown to Extinction tour (and ex-Suicidal drummer Jimmy DeGrasso worked in Megadeth as well as MD.45 earlier). Muir and Mustaine are now on good terms, with Mustaine claiming that he and Muir are "good friends today."
Terrorvision vs Queens of the Stone Age
1999: From Terrorvision’s MySpace: “Terrovision headlined a stage at the ‘Big Day Out’ at the Milton Keynes Bowl, and got into a dressing room brawl with Queens Of The Stone Age.” NME.com mention in a QOTSA review, that: “Nick Oliveri was in Seattle’s evil porno punks the Dwarves until he got thrown out for bad behaviour and was arrested at last year’s Big Day Out for attacking Terrorvision.”
Axl vs the world (GNR members, Motley Crue, Nirvana, Tommy Hilfiger) 1987: Axl announces onstage that “Bon Jovi can suck my dick”. In 2006 Jon Bon Jovi said: “You know what pisses me off? …a story about Axl Rose and the $13m Guns N’ Roses record that was never made. That motherfucker hasn’t made a record in 13 years and he gets all that attention. You know what I’ve done in 13 years? A lot. But they have continued to write about the freak show aspect of him.” Poor old Jon, suffering, un-appreciated in the shadows.
1989: Vince Neil punched Izzy Stradlin over a girl. Axl wades in.
1992: Phew, real car crash this one. Kirk says Guns N’ Roses are “so obviously pathetic and untalented”. It all rolls along for years until now apparently the (ex)-GN’R crew are now pals again.
2006: Axl’s lawyers release some statement about stuff Slash told him. It’s all denied. Axl hates Velvet Revolver. Simple.
2006: Tommy Hilfiger swings at Axl for moving a drink or something. Wikipedia states that “Hilfiger - wearing a GN’R shirt – and Axl were seen “hugging” and “burying the hatchet” backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards” later.
2006: Rose refers to opening act the Eagles of Death Metal as the “Pigeons of Shit Metal. I’m sorry to say that this will be their last night with us.” And it was.
Murderdolls vs Dani Filth
2003: Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth keeps walking into the Murderdolls area at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards. He was ejected from the area, and then the party and only left when security punched him on the sternum, knocking him over. (Dani Filth famously trashed a rock magazines offices after a bad review).
Fred Durst vs Dino Cazares
2002: Limp Bizkit attempted to offer former Fear Factory guitarist, Dino Cazares, for an audition to fill the band’s vacant guitarist role following last year’s departure of Wes Borland. Dino immediately turned down the offer saying joining Limp Bizkit would be “career suicide.” Ta.
Iron Maiden vs Sharon Osbourne Here’s what ‘apparently’ happened at the 2005 Ozzfest: Bruce cussed Ozzy, something about being an old duffer. Sharon calls him a prick and on the last day instigates an onstage egging of Maiden during their set and fucks with their sound. In the aftermath Sharon shoots her mouth off dissing Maiden further, Maiden stay sctum. Ish. If you really want to know, there are about ten million ‘eye witness accounts.
Dillinger Escape Plan vs Disturbed
2008: Dillinger guitarist Ben Weinman told Australian magazine Beat that he saw the guys choreographing every one of their moves during a soundcheck, saying “[they were] practicing where they were going to walk and when they were going to put their leg up on the monitor and pose… That was weird for us. There are times [during live shows] where I don’t even know where I am.” Disturbed frontman David Draiman responded: “Let me give you a little bit of education: This is what the big boys do who play stadium shows”.
Brent Hinds (Mastodon) vs Shavo Odadjian (System Of A Down) and others
2007: An inebriated Hinds left the Mandalay Bay after the MTV VMAs around 3am and met Shavo and musician William Hudson at the hotel’s west valet area. Hinds took his shirt off and hit Shavo with it before hitting Hudson in both the face and then chest. The police report says both Shavo and Hudson punched Hinds in the face, knocking him to the ground.
2008: There was an alleged altercation between garage rocker King Khan and Hinds: “He said ‘Do you know who I am? I am the greatest guitar player around,’ and punched me in the face.” There are also reports that the band got into a fight while on tour in the northern UK.
Vivian Campbell vs Ronnie James Dio
2003: Vivian Campbell: “[Playing in Dio] never mattered to me — and still doesn’t… He’s an incredible talent, but he’s an awful businessman and way more importantly, one of the vilest people in the industry.”
2007: Ronnie James Dio says: “I hope he fucking dies. He’s a fucking asshole. He’s got two fucking chances. He’s a piece of shit. He called me the most despicable human being that ever lived. I went, ‘I thought I gave you a chance and made you somebody. And now you’re playing with who? Def fucking who?’ There’s a fucking rock band for you to fucking have diarrhoea with.” He later said: “OK, I get the point — you really don’t like me at all! Well, tell me what the problem is, Vivian. Tell everybody what the problem is, because at the moment everyone is kind of scratching their heads over this one.”
David Coverdale vs The Quireboys
2004: www.chroniclelive.co.uk reported: Spike: “We were 45 seconds late going on stage one night and a minute-and-a-half late coming off another night.” “On both occasions we were given a dressing-down - one for getting the crowd out of their seats! I asked whether this was a rock’n’roll tour or a bingo night?” Then Spike discovered The Quireboys’ merchandise had gone missing. Then the final blow: “They told us we were off the tour but it was hardly a surprise.” So the ‘Boys didn’t get to play their hometown gig in Newcastle: “It was going to be a very special night for everyone,” admitted Spike. “And we want to stress that we haven’t pulled out. We were told we weren’t wanted and that’s that.”
James Gill vs Angela Gossow (Arch Enemy)
2005: Gill quotes Angela as saying: “People think that because you bought a ticket to the show that they own you. No, you see the show and go home, I don’t owe you anything.” Angela says she’s been misquoted.
2006: Angela says in a MH Spanish Inquisition: “If I ever see that little cunt Gill again I am going to kick his teeth so far down his throat that he can never do another interview ever again.” Gill shits himself.
2006: Angela confronts Gill at the MH Golden God Awards. Angela opens up and they agree to do another interview to straighten things out.
2007: They do. She admitted that: “I thought I’ve got to meet that cunt again and knock the shit out of him.”
Gaahl (Gorgoroth) and King ov Hell vs Infernus (Gorgoroth)
2008: Who has the rights to the name Gorgoroth? The legal battle continues. Probably in a forest near Oslo.
David Lee Roth vs Sammy Hagar vs Eddie Van Halen
The two Van Halen singers have been at it since 1985.
Sammy Hagar: All he cares about is going out there with his Jack Daniels bottle. Nothing has changed. That’s kind of sad. If David was doing better than he used to be, then that would be different. But it was a joke and he made it that way.
DLR: I left and I said “I really want to make music and I’ll take a cut if that’s necessary to be an artist”. But listen to this. The last album sold a million and a half, theirs sold a little more than that, but I don’t break it up five ways.
Sammy Hagar: Dave was great in Van Halen. No question about it. He was one of the best at being Mr. Rock Star. But it’s sickening to see a guy still trying to be that with a wig on 20 years later. everything that comes out of his mouth is word-barf. It’s the lowest common denominator. It’s meant for children. Jimi Hendrix never made music for children. Children may have loved it, but he never made music like “Hey, the 14-year-olds will love this”. The guys in Led Zeppelin and the Beatles never said “I’m gonna aim this at the 12-year-olds”.
Sammy Hagar: Everything that Eddie has said about me is the total opposite of what really happened. Eddie says I wanted to be a solo artist. No, Eddie wanted to be a solo artist.
DLR: [Sammy’s] my bitch, and when he says my name we just sell that many more records.
Sammy Hagar: If I would go up on a high note, Eddie would want a low one. That’s how petty the situation had become.
DLR: Sammy is a mindless little bridge-troll drone.
Sammy Hagar: It’s a good thing I don’t read everything Eddie says, or I’d be up in arms and not enjoying my life.
DLR: he was a complete failure till he got with the Van Halen bunch.
Sammy Hagar: It’s hard to say this about a guy like Eddie Van Halen, one of the greatest guitar players who ever lived, but he’s really limited to a style and they’re locked into it.
DLR: You’ve got someone who’s enfeebled himself with dope and alcohol who’s gonna go along with the situation.
Sammy Hagar: Overall, we had about 50 meetings where the brothers would say that I couldn’t do any solo records, I couldn’t write for other people, I couldn’t do this and I couldn’t do that. These guys were trying to nail my feet to the ground.
DLR: Sammy would sell the property rights to his butthole to get fame.
Sammy Hagar: When they brought Roth back into the picture, obviously I didn’t go along with that too well.
DLR: Sammy Hagar, who at best is a mediocre talent…
Sammy Hagar: When we were on the road, I found out that my greatest hits album went Gold. They freaked out. Things really came to a head when we started arguing about a Van Halen greatest hits package.
DLR: I left and I said “I really want to make music and I’ll take a cut if that’s necessary to be an artist”. But listen to this. The last album sold a million and a half, theirs sold a little more than that, but I don’t break it up five ways.
Lynyrd Skynyrd vs Neil Young
Neil Young’s ‘Southern Man’ is a biting rant about Confederate racism that drew the ire of proud rednecks Lynyrd Skynyrd and prompted their musical response in the track ‘Sweet Home Alabama “Well I hope Neil Young will remember/ A southern man don’t need him around anyhow”
Marilyn Manson vs My Chemical Romance
2007: Manson wrote ‘Mutilation Is The Most Sincere Form Of about Gerard Way’s outfit, and features the lyrics, “Fuck you, fuck you”. He said: “I’m embarrassed to be me because these people are doing a really sad, pitiful, shallow version of what I’ve done.” My Chemical Romance’s Frank Ieror said “The funny thing is that he seems to have lashed out at us about the make-up. That’s weird to me, because I had heard of Alice Cooper before I heard of Marilyn Manson. I don’t know how he could be mad at us. We never came out and said we were going to call ourselves by a girl’s name and then a serial killer’s name. I’m really sorry if he feels we ripped him off. Maybe he’s doing it for the press.” Gerard Way added: “If Elvis Costello said we sucked we would think about it a bit… We still haven’t found someone that has knocked us down that we need to take seriously.”
Euronymous (Mayhem) vs Varg Vikernes (Burzum)
E: “I invented black metal.” VV: “You’ve gone soft.” [stab stab stab] “See?” The end.
Red Hot Chili Peppers vs Mr. Bungle
Spinner.com reported that Mr. Bungle’s Trevor Dunn said Chilis were: “That stupid white band that do horrible cover versions of black musicians.” RHCP’s Anthony Kiedis took exception to Mike Patton’s stage presence in Faith No More, which he thought ripped off his own. When Patton later fronted Mr. Bungle, the bands were set to release albums (’California’ and ‘Californication’) on the same day and label. Bungle’s was pushed back. Kiedis insisted that they be removed from Chilis-headlined festivals. A miffed Patton said, “We are not even a speck of dust on this guy’s ass!” Bungle later put on a Peppers parody, mocking several songs.
Kid Rock vs Tommy Lee
2007: Ok, so they’re all at the VMAs (fave fight venue) Tommy Lee says something to/about Kid Rock as he walks towards P Diddy. Kid Rock then slaps the drummer. Tommy tries to fight back but before he can twat him, Rock chins him. Kid Rock was heard saying the following triple negative clusterfuck: “I never hit nobody for nothing before.” Sooo… he did or he didn’t?
Glenn Danzig vs Northside Kings
Glenn Danzig gets in an argument with North Side Kings singer and frequent Soulfly collaborator Danny Marianinho after a Danzig show. Danny said: “He threw me pretty hard and I reacted like anyone on this site would have. The guy is out of control. The video shows it all — and it was very uncalled for on his end. He caught me off guard when he attacked me — but I caught him with a good jab. That’s it in a nutshell. To this day he has not tried to contact me to apologize for being a mental case…” I wouldn’t hold your breath, mate.
Avenged Sevenfold vs Atreyu
2005: A7X’s M Shadows: “Atreyu are leading the scene that we want to get out of. I wouldn’t say we are fucking friends.” He adds that they ripped off a song intro too. Atreyu’s Alex Varkatzas said: “I guess if you’re not down with Atreyu, you can go fuck yourself.” At the time of the feud Atreyu had sold over 410,000 albums while Avenged Sevenfold had only sold 231,421.
Marilyn Manson vs Trent Reznor vs Courtney Love vs Tori Amos
1996: Trent executive produces Manson’s amazing ‘Anti-Christ Superstar’ album. They do tons of blow. 90s (at some point): Trent dates Courtney Love.
1996: Tori Amos allegedly writes ‘Professional Widow’ about Love.
1997-ish: Tori and Trent are allegedly dating.
1998-ish: Trent later said of his falling out with Manson: “. He and I are two strong personalities that could coexist for a while, but things changed. I think fame and power distort people’s personalities.” And Manson later said: “If I were the kind of person to be insulted by petty things, I would be insulted by the way Trent Reznor has acted since I moved from Nothing Records [Reznor's label] on to Interscope.”
1999: Trent allegedly writes ‘Starfuckers Inc’ about Love and Manson.
1999: Trent and Manson make friends. 00s: Courtney still blogs about Trent.