Former TESTAMENT/FORBIDDEN Guitarist Outlines Upcoming Activities

Former TESTAMENT/FORBIDDEN guitarist Glen Alvelais has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET his current involvement with F-BOMB, the San Francisco Bay Area act that also features in its ranks EXODUS frontman Steve "Zetro" Souza, bassist Kevin Moore, drummer Jeremy Colson (who replaced VIO-LENCE drummer Perry Strickland earlier this year), and guitarist Jason Brown. Colson, who had previously played on the LD/50 debut CD featuring Alvelais and GEEZER/BEWKENHEIMER frontman Clark Brown, will also be joining Glen and Jason in the new incarnation of Alvelais' other project BIZARRO, which is scheduled to begin playing out shortly. Plans also exist for LD/50 to record another CD with Clark Brown on vocals later this year. We'll have more information as it becomes available.

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