Liam Gallagher has blasted his brother Noel as a "f***ing t**t".

Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher

The 45-year-old musician has been locked in a bitter feud with his brother and rival since their band Oasis split in 2009, and although the younger star recently said he'd like to "hug it out" with his sibling, Liam has seemingly backtracked on his comments, as he's now dubbed Noel as a "middle class p***k".

He said: "That kid's a f***ing t**t. He's a p***k, he's turned into the middle class. He's turned into the establishment. He's one of them. He's all f***ing, like, Mr. Prim and Proper. The way he does Oasis songs, it's like someone sucked all the f***ing life out of it because he doesn't want people jumping up and down like the old days. He's only a vessel in all of it. We're all vessels. The songs don't really belong to him. They don't belong to me."

And the 'Wall of Glass' hitmaker has accused 50-year-old Noel of trying to make him "vanish" by "pulling the plug" on Oasis, and insisted his sibling - who is now the frontman of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - "thew him under the bus" when it came to their band.

Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, he said: "He was going to pull the plug on the band. And he knows that I found out about it, and now it's like he wants me to just f***ing vanish. As if I never even walked the Earth, you know what I mean? Well, I got news for him - I'm f***ing back, mate! You think you're going to f***ing pull the plug on my band and I'm going to walk quietly? Don't f***ing think so, mate! I'll let people know until the day I die that he threw me under the bus."