Courtney Love rules out reuniting Hole's classic line-up for new music

Singer speaks at premiere of new documentary 'Hit So Hard'

Courtney Love rules out reuniting Hole's classic line-up for new music

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Courtney Love has ruled out the possibility of the classic line-up of Hole reuniting to make new music.

The singer was speaking at the premiere of Hit So Hard, a new documentary about former Hole drummer Patty Schemel, at New York's Museum Of Modern Art.

She appeared at the event with guitarist Eric Erlandson, bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur and Schemel but said that the four-some wouldn't be getting together again in band form, reports Rolling Stone.

Asked about whether they could reunite for more music, Schemel said: "We haven't really discussed it between each other much. I'm not against it. If everything's great, who knows? There's been little rumblings."

Love shot this down though, saying: "Rumblings! There's no rumblings. You're making a rumbling."

The documentary, which features an unreleased song by Kurt Cobain and Love, looks in depth at Schemel's drug addiction and departure from the band.

For more information about Hit So Hard, see Pattydoc.com.

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