According to Undercover News, a split has occurred between WOLFMOTHER singer/guitarist Andrew Stockdale and the other two founding members of the Australian hard rock band, Chris Ross and Myles Heskett.
Manager John Watson told Undercover News, "Unfortunately, I can't make any comment other than to say that as soon as the band has clear future plans they will issue a statement and we hope to be able to do that in the next week or two."
Tim Cashmere from Undercover News witnessed an uneasy distance and tension between Stockdale and the other two members during the Splendour In The Grass performance over the weekend and now people involved with the band have told Undercover that we will probably never see them together again. "That was it," one insider told Undercover. "That was their last show. It is all over for WOLFMOTHER."
WOLFMOTHER's first live DVD, "Please Experience Wolfmother: Live", was released in North America in November 2007 via Interscope. The disc is a live recording of the band's Sydney homecoming in 2006 at the Hordern Pavilion. Bonus features include further live performances from Brixton Academy and the ARIA Awards ceremony, plus five promo videos and "Meet the Mother", an exclusive introduction to the band.
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