Glen Alvelais

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Glen Alvelais (born February 22, 1968) is a heavy metal lead guitarist from the San Francisco Bay Area. Alvelais was the lead guitarist for Forbidden[1] and has also played in Testament.[1]

Glen left Forbidden in 1989, a year after the release of their cult classic debut Forbidden Evil.[1] In 2008, Glen orchestrated the re-uniting of Forbidden, and has written guitar solos for the metal band Tenet, featuring Jed Simon, Gene Hoglan, and Steve "Zetro" Souza.[2] As of July 2009, Glen is no longer part of Forbidden's reunion.[3]

Currently Glen is working on his new group LD/50 which includes vocalist Clark Brown, bassist Terry Goss, and drummer Tony Providence. The lineup formerly included noted drummer Jeremy Colson.[1]



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