Dan Spitz Co-Wrote New Album With Megadeth's Dave Mustaine

(Classic Rock) Former Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz says his home life is hell because it's a daily struggle to be the parent of autistic twins.

That's the inspiration behind his new band, Red Lamb, and their self-titled 2012 album, which he co-wrote with Megadeth's Dave Mustaine. And while only one track, Puzzle Box, is directly about autism, the whole record is about the challenges the condition presents on a daily basis.

Spitz who's midway through a US tour entitled Anarchy For Autism tells Metal Assault: "You feel my pain in all the other songs because it transcended into whatever the topic may be that Dave and I wrote about. It's all a piece of me. The place I was in when I wrote this album is not a good place to be.

"My daily life is hell. We're locked in our house most of the time as prisoners. There are chains on our doors. When our kids get outside they don't know their name they cannot transition simply from inside the house to getting in the car. more on this story

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