Dan Spitz Returns With Post Anthrax Band

(Rock News Desk) Former Anthrax guitarist is finally ready to record with his new project Deuxmonkey, after admitting he had to take time out from his music career to help his wife deal with the challenges of bringing up their two autistic sons.

Spitz left the thrash giants in the early 1990s to concentrate on his luxury watch business, but returned for their classic-era reunion with singer Joey Belladonna in 2005 and left again two years later.

Now he explains Deuxmonkey, which includes ex-Crimson Glory singer Wade Black, Accept bassist Peter Baltes and ex-Yngwie drummer Patrick Johansson, had to be put on hold after his identical twins were diagnosed with the neural disorder. Spitz says: "After the end of my last touring cycle with Anthrax, I needed a long break to take care of Brendan and Jaden. I couldn't leave my wonderful wife Candi to deal with the daily grind of multiple therapists at the house. more on this story

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