Anthrax Offshoot Hits A Snag

(Rock News Desk) Former Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz's new band DeuxMonkey has been shut down just hours after he said it was finally rolling into action. The project had been on the backburner for a few years while Spitz attended to the early years of his twin sons, who were born with autism.

At the weekend the axeman said the band was ready to go to work but almost immediately singer Wade Black stated he'd left months ago because the songs weren't good enough, and that Spitz was lying over his involvement.

"I did a short stint with Dan for his DeuxMonkey project, thinking it might be the band that would be the answer to my quest for musicians who possessed the talent and shared vision to be a band like no other," Black tells Bravewords.. "I quickly realised it wasn't. I felt the songs were not up to my standards, and decided they were not to be released with my vocals. He agreed. Now, almost a year later, he's trying to release the songs with my vocals, and making misleading statements by saying I'm in the band. more on this story

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