Courtney Love Banned From Using Hole
The news came as a shock to ex-bandmate Melissa Auf der Maur, who insisted she knew nothing about a reunion - and co-founder Eric Erlandson is similarly in the dark.
Furthermore, guitarist Erlandson insists a contract Love signed with him in 2002 bans her from using the name Hole for any future ventures, unless he's involved.
He tells Spin magazine, "We have a contract. She signed a contract with me when we decided to break up the band, which was like 2002 or something, so I really don't have comment on it except that I know my part in that band. The way I look at it, there is no Hole without me. To put it blunt. Just on a business level. Somebody told me (about Love's plans) and it just sounds like something... it just sounds like the usual. I love her a lot and I wish her the best, and I'm open to discussions regarding the real Hole, and if she has a solo album together, I think that's great. I think she should finish it and put it out and do that."
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