STATIC-F Guitarist Responds To DOPE Singer's Response To Parody Interview

STATIC-F guitarist Trick Elzen has issued a response to the response to the interview posted here several days ago in which this "anonymous" writer (a.k.a. Elzen) sought to counter some of DOPE frontman Edsel Dope's earlier statements regarding MURDERDOLLS, SLIPKNOT and former DOPE members Tripp Eisen and Acey Slade — again claiming no affiliation with any of the above-mentioned parties.

Trick's parodic statement is as follows:

"WOW!!! OMG, that response to my response was about the biggest waste of time, like ever. This is totally such a perfect example of this boy's obsessive behavior towards me, man. On top of everything else he has spewed, golly. Deadsel Mope should just be quiet and concentrate on his music, it needs the attention. Stay off the Internet. The fact that he now feels it necessary to read, answer, and respond to a parody interview that I did. Not an obsession, it's more of an amusing hobby which is a mild inspiration while songwriting. Kill, kill. It really didn't take much concentration at all, eh. Dude, It's time to let go, man. Don't ever mention my name or ever refer to me in any way. And I won't find a reason to defend my bloody honor, bloke. He may try to pass off things that were said as ridiculous inaccuracies and outright lies, but it's all the ugly, embarrassing truth, honest & for true. It isn't far to reach for the truth, but it can be cruel. Sorry. Pew, dirty laundry smells. Let it go, bro, and don't worry about any response I ever have toward you, anywhere or anytime. See you on Wed. ) " (my apologies to anyone who can't handle the triviality, go read a book)"


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