Why The Brides of Destruction Divorced

(Rock AAA) Wildhearts mainman Ginger has revealed that he quit rock supergroup the Brides of Destruction after founder Tracii Guns backed out of a series of agreements, chucked away the concept for the album and made the band something he didn't want to be a part of.

Ginger says he was excited about the prospect of working with Guns before his supergroup dream turned sour when he realised he wouldn't have any input into the song writing. "I just realised the idea of the band that we all had, wasn't the idea of the band that was going to record the album.," he tells RockAAA. "The album was meant to be called '13 Acres' because we lived on this crazy ranch that Charles Manson's disciples had moved into before they moved to the Topanga Canyon one. This place was just steeped in history and it was 13 acres and it was all f**king spooky.

"But it turns out the album is going to be called 'Runaway Brides.' I thought that was daft as we had such a really cool concept with this dark album and songs about life.

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