Scott Reeder Felt Stabbed In The Back With Kyuss Dispute

(Classic Rock) Kyuss bassist Scott Reeder felt forced to take Josh Homme's side in the band's current legal battle after concluding John Garcia and Brant Bjork had stabbed him in the back.

The two parties are embroiled in court action after Homme and Reeder blocked the founding members' attempts to trademark the band's name. Now an email written by Reeder and released to the court contains an explanation as to why the bassist supported Homme's action, aiming to block a trademark application.

Reeder wrote to Garcia and Bjork: "I'm at a loss for how we can resolve anything in good faith when on one day John is telling Josh that we need to proceed to a mediation meeting, and the next day Brant is recommending that I flip-flop on Josh and join the band."

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