Ebola the Rat — Lead Guitar

Ebola (born Mitchell David Glasser) cites as his main influences as Jimi Hendrix and Les Paul, along with Dracula author Bram Stoker. Born into a wealthy family in Nassau County on New York’s Long Island, his revolutionary tendencies drove him out of his home by the age of seventeen. By age twenty-three he had resurfaced as an up-and-coming guitartist, although his whereabouts in the intervening years are largely speculative and he himself has refused to discuss them. It has been conjectured that he spent time in India in an ashram, but that is considered fanciful at best by most who know him. He seems to inspire fierce loyalty in his friends who maintain a tight-knit circle and will not divulge any information without his explicit permission. His hold over other members of the band seems less pronounced and on more than one occasion it has been reported that he and his bandmates came to blows over creative differences.


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