In a recent interview for American TV, Erlandson said:
"He was headed in a direction that was really cool. It would have been his White Album. That's really what he was going towards, a solo album but working with different people. I was really excited about some of the stuff he was working on. I got to see him play it in front of me. That's why I was really sad when he died. He was cut short. Who knows where this music would have gone?"
Erlandson also said that he hoped the demo's could be released one day:
"I'm not in control of things. I just wish something would come together. I think the fans would be a lot happier. If nobody ever hears those songs, except for like three people, then that's the way it goes. I heard some talk about somebody putting together some raw, rough acoustic thing."
The guitarist also revealed that Cobain's record contained one cover version, but couldn't confirm what it was: "I don't own the stuff. I just hope that one day it will be released for fans. It’s just so heartbreaking. It’s not surprising. It’s a very sweet, just touching song."
Meanwhile, Erlandson reunited with the mid-'90s line-up of Hole for the first time in 15 years in New York on Saturday night (April 13th).