The other members instantly started looking for a new lead to continue their tours when Tyler"s manager, Skip Miller, threatened to sue the band if Tyler was replaced, reports The Daily Express. But matters were sorted out two weeks later when the band was announcing dates for its gig with Tyler back as the lead.
Now, bassist Tom Hamilton has revealed that the group managed to put the feud behind them by sitting down for a meeting and talking through their problems. "There was management there. We were lawyered up. There was a lot of sort of reconciling and processing feelings and stuff."
“Everyone said how they wanted things to be in the future and it became clear that, for everybody, the coolest thing to do would be to resolve things with the band. The phone was ringing. People wanted to see the band. We finally realized, even with all the bull shit flying around, that there was a beautiful thing right there if we had enough sense to grab it," Tom Hamilton told Boston Herald.