Three days ago, Former Foo Fighters drummer William Goldsmith has shared a statement on Facebook and claimed that Sunny Day Real Estate hasn’t released their greatest album because of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.

Today, Alternative-Nation has unveiled Goldsmith’s unknown interview. He talked about Dave Grohl and said ‘I wish that I just never met him’.

Here’s the statement:

I wish that I just never met him. To be honest man, I was not happy in that band because at first Dave said, ‘I want this to be fun. I want this to be a band. I don’t want to spend our lives on the road, we’re just going to have fun.’ I was like, ‘Right on, that sounds great because we don’t want to tour to death.’ But that’s what we did man, we toured to death.

You are playing these songs that aren’t even yours, we didn’t even really have that long to get to work on this stuff before we had to start touring. Then it was nonstop, it’s like saying the word ‘shut up’ or ‘caterpillar’ a billion times to yourself, and it just stops making sense. You do something so repetitively, especially something that isn’t really from you.”

Click here to source of interview.

Three days ago, he said that ‘greatest Sunny Day Real Estate record ever made remains silenced, abandoned and buried by Dave Grohl’. Here’s the statement:

“Recently by way of objective ears I have been reminded of the fact that the greatest Sunny Day Real Estate record ever made remains silenced, abandoned and buried within the murkiest depths of David Grohls sock drawer.

It’s both a shocking slap of reality and a swift kick in the balls. Gets harder to handle each time. Somehow someday – something has to be done. The tragedy of it is literally manifesting into physical pain. It honestly feels like someone has taken a part of me as a human being and locked it in a closet.

My wife looked at me this evening and said ‘I am starting to understand what’s been haunting you for the past 6 years because it’s starting to haunt me as well.’ This is not the first time I’ve had my voice taken from me. But now This music hasn’t just been taken away from me anymore – now it’s been taken away from my children. Unforgivable.”

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