The English rockers reportedly are preparing to ditch their drummer after he argued with Noel Gallagher.
Unpleasant rumors come from Oasis, claiming that the band are set to ditch their drummer Zac Starkey. The news occurred after a source told The Sun that Zac has been caught in a dispute with the band's frontman and lead guitarist Noel Gallagher.
Following the arguments, the source also said that Oasis' latest album will be Zac's last involvement on the band. "There have been arguments with Noel Gallagher and general disagreements. It looks like the album will be his last involvement with the band," the source said.
Moreover, rumors also said that the drummer, who is also the son of The Beatles' drummer Ringo Starr, will not even be involved in the recording of any B-sides of Oasis' new singles. If the rumors were true, then Zac won't be the first drummer getting sacked by the band. Previously, the rock band have also kick out Tony McCarroll and Alan White.
About their upcoming new album, the band have already confirmed that they will release their seventh studio album in September. Although the work for the album is almost done, the new set is still untitled.