Former Ratt frontman Stephen Pearcy says that tensions have only increased since he left the band.
Stephen Pearcy may have surprised many by announcing his exit from Ratt last week, but that may not be the last we hear of Pearcy under the Ratt moniker. The vocalist revealed in a new chat with Mitch Lafon of the 'One on One' podcast that there may still be one more Ratt album despite his departure from the band.
Two big hard rock voices made their way to VH1's 'That Metal Show' last night. Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy and current Dio Disciples/ex-Judas Priest singer Tim "Ripper" Owens appeared as the separate (but equal) guests on the show, offering their unique perspectives on their life in metal bands and their personal glory days.