Members of the Long Beach, California-based quintet DROID will guest on Junkman's program on KNAC.COM tomorrow (Monday, November 5) at around 4 p.m. PST.To listen to the program live via the Internet, visit www.knac.com. DROID guitarist Jamie Teissere got into a scuffle with KORN guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer last month at a stop in Little Rock, Arkansas on the Bitch! We Have A Problem tour. According to several reports, Shaffer was apparently drunk when the incident occurred and has taken "total responsibility" for the fight. KORN singer Jonathan Davis told The Pulse of Radio that Shaffer spoke about it himself the next night on stage. "That's how it all came out," he said. "He's all, 'Last night I got really drunk and one of my best friends kicked my ass and I deserved it, and that's why they're not here tonight, and that's that.' He just wanted to get it, so...everything's cool now." DROID is signed to Shaffer's label, Emotional Syphon Recordings, and released its self-titled debut album earlier this year. Shaffer recently said that he and DROID guitarist Jamie Teissere have been "friends for a long time." DROID's video for the song "Fueled by Hate" can be viewed below.
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