Glass claimed that she is conversely "being gutted" over their material since leaving the band after accusing Kath of rape, stalking and abuse.
In a series of tweets, Glass also announced that she does not "endorse" Crystal Castles and urged her fans not to stream music from the project. She ensured her followers that a solo record of her own — the "culmination of years of literal blood, sweat, sobs, screams and tears" — is forthcoming, and to listen to her other work in the meantime.
"Please spread the word about my music," she wrote. "Why I had to leave Crystal Castles for my own safety. And why it is crucial to support ethical artists and brand in these difficult times."
Last month, the dark techno vet shared a new video for her single "NIGHTMARES," originally released as a part of the Sermon 3 Recordings anniversary compilation, Sermon 4.
See her recent tweets below.
apparently there's some rumor being spread that I receive all the royalties from Crystal Castles music. I DONT. in fact, I'm being gutted. STREAM ALICE GLASS— ALICE GLASS (@ALICEGLASS) October 15, 2020
please spread the word about my music. why I had to leave Crystal Castles for my own safety. and why it is crucial to support ethical artists and brands in these difficult times— ALICE GLASS (@ALICEGLASS) October 15, 2020
even though it was my life's work, I DO NOT endorse crystal castles and neither should you. STREAM ALICE GLASS— ALICE GLASS (@ALICEGLASS) October 15, 2020
and YES I have a record coming soon. She is the culmination of years of literal blood sweat sobs screams and tears. She is amazing and She cant wait to meet you— ALICE GLASS (@ALICEGLASS) October 15, 2020