OK so our drummer is history. A little background. We are a three piece, the guitar/vocalist is one of my best friends. The drummer is a few years older than us and grew up in the same town as us. From the get go we really did not want to get involved with the guy. He is an alcoholic, former coke head, he has severe emotional issues, basically an a** hole. Last night, we are practicing and we come to a song that none us really enjoy a whole lot, but we need the material. Drummer says whats the point in keeping a song we will eventually drop and GTR/Vocals says, well eventually we will probobly drop most of these songs. (This is by the way a very true statement, we were still finding our "voice" if you will). So Drummer says, Thats it I am done for the night and starts packing up his stuff. He leaves the room, comes back grabs a few more things and calls my friend a Spick and walks off, then has the balls to come back in and get something else before he leaves. I am sorry but the 9 year old tantrum is one thing (not profesional to say the least) but saying what he did is just too far. I am amazed my friend kept his cool, because if would not have, I would not have. There are a lot of bums out there, they feed off negative attention, their talents are far out shadowed by the person they really are. I don't regret the months of work we did with the guy, I am definatley a better bass player, and I always new he was a train wreck waitng to happen, so I am not too distraught, just angry. Oh, and turns out coke is still in his diet. Hopefully he has the brains to realize that its over, thoug it would be nice to tell him. Thanks for listening.