Former BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld is in the process of writing his first book. No details regarding the book's contents have been revealed, but according to Evan, "it is going to be off the wall."Seinfeld is currently fronting THE SPYDERZ, which is described as "a reinvention of hard rock to the next level. The marriage of riffs and melody fused with lyrics straight from the gut that almost anyone who is willing to be real about who they are and what is really going on can relate to." Explained Evan: "BIOHAZARD was the single biggest chapter in my life... Danny, Scott, Billy and I speak all the time, and all felt it was time we explored musical paths we had yet to travel, so no, there was no violent break-up, and we reserve the right to play together anytime we see fit. "My five-year career as an actor on HBO's 'Oz' and all my roles in film, along with my adult film career alongside my fucking bomb-ass wife, Tera Patrick, have catapulted my inner spirit to new heights where rock and roll, emotion, motorcycles, and sex kinda all become the same thing. "THE SPYDERZ are an amazing bunch of musicians from many different genres of rock and metal that make up the foundation of our sound, which brings together classic rock, punk, metal, southern rock, and the blues. It is a fundamental and timeless rock project that is aimed at non-trendy rockers who have a true appreciation of song writing, and lyrics from the gut. No weird makeup, no costumes, no rap .... Just good old rock and roll that kicks you in the balls and leaves you on your knees gasping for air." Writing constantly alongside his new partner Dirrty, Evan and THE SPYDERZ have been getting together a collection of songs, taking in influences from the STONES and the DEAD, from the MISFITS to SOCIAL DISTORTION, in preparation for their debut album, due to hit the streets early next year. The band made their live debut supporting BUCKCHERRY in Long Island in April, going down a storm with the sleazy rockers in attendance, and is now planning to show audiences what all the fuss is about. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thespyderz.
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