APTV Correspondent Nick Major caught up with Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) on the Grammys red carpet last night (2/12) and chatted about the emo king turned EDM heavyweight's recent reunion with his former band From First To Last.

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When Major asked him if was back in From First To Last “for good,” Moore said: “I left the band, but I would say I'm not left anymore.”

He continues: “I'm not stopping what I'm doing with Skrillex either, but I haven't left anymore.”

On if a full album is on the way, Moore says: “We'll see.”

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About a month ago, Sonny Moore released his first song in over 10 years with his former band From First To Last, “Make War.”

Then, last week, Moore joined From First To Last on stage at Emo Nite, performing “Note To Self” and “Emily.”

From First To Last formed in 1999 originally with vocalist Phillip Reardon, who left the band in 2004. Moore then sang on the band’s following two releases, Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count and Heroine. Heroine peaked at the No. 25 spot on the Billboard 200.

Moore left in 2007 to pursue a solo career as Skrillex.

Major not only caught up with Moore, but also Halsey and Katy Perry about Warped Tour and Travis Barker about which Blink-182 album deserves a Grammy. Check it out: