Jim Ward of Sparta, Sleepercar and At the Drive-In responded to his former bandmates talk of reconciliation earlier this week.
According to a Buzzgrinder report, Ward is not interested in commenting on the news (or really anything at all) saying: "I don’t think that I’ll be answering any questions or doing any interviews anymore, thank you very much.
I haven’t got much to say about anything except with songs which I will continue to make and release – cheers." At the Drive-In broke up in 2001 after eight years and three studio albums. Since the breakup, all members began work on side projects, including The Mars Volta and Sparta.