"Well, it was me that informed him that he would no longer be in the band. There are a lot of things when youíre in a band, and he lives pretty far away. I donít really care how people take it. Andy didnít quit the band; it just kind of happened. I know that that seems like a very kind of convenient thing to say, but he was really far away. We toured as much as we possibly could. We toured pretty non-stop. There was a good seven month block there where we were only home for collectively two or three weeks. It just got to the point where we didnít know how it was going to work when people lived so far from each other. I donít know how much Iím permitted to say. Terrible Things is a band. I donít want to say the wrong things. When you have a record label that is helping to cover those costs things are a lot easier. Terrible Things has been met with a lot of adversity lately in the way that we donít know if weíre going to be with Universal anymore. Well, I know weíre not going to be. Weíre basically dropped from Universal. Weíre going to continue on. I just called Andy and had a heart to heart and we just kind of both figured that it didnít make sense. Heís got other things going on. I realize there are a lot of vague things in there. I donít want to say anything to upset anybody. Andy didnít quit the band, and in the same sense he wasnít fired. It just really had to stop, if that makes any sense."
One of Jackson's other bands, Hot Rod Circuit, will reunite for the reincarnated Krazy Fest in Louisville, KY next month.