Former Korn star David Silveria has blasted his ex-bandmates for not inviting him to join them on the road when they play their debut album in its entirety next year (15).

Korn will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their self-titled first album next year by playing it from track to track on tour, but Silveria won't be a part of the line-up that hits the stage and he's more than a little sore.

The drummer tells Rolling Stone magazine, "I feel like it was wrong to go play this record without me, because I was just as much of a creative input as any of these guys while writing and making this record. So I think it was wrong to do it without me... I just think they should've asked me to come play the tour."

Silveria quit the band in 2006, a year after guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch departed. Welch has since returned to the line-up.

Korn frontman Jonathan Davis recently told The Pulse Of Radio he felt Silveria, who now runs a restaurant in California, had lost his passion for music, stating, "He really didn't like playing drums. The first two albums, I think, he really enjoyed playing drums and then after that he just lost his love for playing drums. It happens. Good for him, he wanted to move on and do something else."