On whether he has spoken to returning EXODUS singer Steve "Zetro" Souza or any other members of EXODUS since his departure from the band:
Dukes: "I haven't spoken to Zetro since 2009. I don't really know the guy. I haven't spoken with anyone but [drummer] Tom [Hunting]. Tom called me… He called me and said, 'We're gonna go on with a different singer. We're gonna be going with Zet.' And that was it. It was about a 20-second phone call. And that was really all I got. That's it."
On the EXODUS album he was working on at the time of his dismissal from the band:
Dukes: "How do I say this eloquently? The new material was kind of more of a throwback, it had a little bit of a punk-rock tinge. It had just more of a throwback to the 'Fabulous Disaster'  kind of era of EXODUS, and I went with it. You know what I mean?! That's really all I've got to say. I've got nothing bad to say. I don't want it to come across wrong. Like I said, they have their own plan. I don't know what it is. I'm not involved in it anymore. They're moving on without me and I'm moving on without them. Like I said, I'm gonna go take GENERATION KILL and I'm gonna try to tour and make some more records and play music for a living, if I can. But right now I'm building a race car for the Baja 1000, and that's kind of where I'm concentrating my life right now. I've moved to the desert in Phoenix, Arizona, left New York, and now I live out in the desert, and I'm gonna start building a car and testing out here, so I can try to race in November in the Baja."