The bad moon has risen again in the camp of Creedence Clearwater Revival as John Fogerty and former bandmates battle it out AGAIN in court. According to the Hollywood Reporter, this latest disagreement appears to have started with seemingly negative comments from Fogerty about Creedence Clearwater Revisited, the off shoot band that Doug Clifford and Stu Cook have maintained in Fogerty’s absence. Their original settlement allowed John’s former band mates to appear under the updated name. The sore spot was when Fogerty said “using the name is sort of a sacrilege…when the band broke up, I never had any problem not trying to abscond with the name Creedence as a solo artist. I just think that thing is from a certain time and it is untouchable, unless everyone is there.” Which certainly won’t happen any time soon. Fogerty sued the other members back in 1996 to stop Creedence Clearwater Revisited from touring which lead to the 2001 out-of-court agreement.