Singer Adam Levine insists there was no animosity within his band Maroon 5 when drummer RYAN DUSICK was forced to quit the group - branding his departure a "horrendous" loss. Dusick, a founding member of the Grammy Award-winning band, left in September 2006 to pursue a songwriting career after joint and nerve injuries left him unable to perform drumming duties with Maroon 5. But Levine insists there are no hard feelings among the remaining band members. The 27-year-old vocalist says, "As painful and horrendous as it was having to part ways with someone who was a co-founder of the band, he couldn't play any more to the ability that he once could. There's no bad blood."