DOUGLAS JEN is one the brazilian standouts of the 6 and 7 strings! He is the guitar player of Power/Prog metal band SUPREMA and has two instrumental projects as well.

With a 17-year career and more than 150 concerts and events performed in Brazil, JEN is a great supporter of the didatic area and got recognition for his free video lessons with more than 800.000 playviews, lessons from basic to advanced levels that provided several guitar players of the new generation the possibility to study and upgrade their knowledge.

He performs workshops, clinics and masterclasses all over Brazil and has a guitar method of "Alternate and Sweep Picking" released at Expomusic 2009.

Among his musical releases are the albums "Spyeyes" (SupreMa, 2004) and "Underground Religions" (União, 2006), song "Sou Brasileiro, sou Brasil!" (ESPN Brazil, World Cup 2006) and album "Traumatic Scenes" (SupreMa, 2013).

In 2005 he was the live guitarist for the band DARK AVENGER at BMU festival, for the the amazonians of GLORY OPERA during the North/Northeast Brazilian Tour in 2008, and for GERMÁN PASCUAL (Narnia, Divinefire) during his Brazilian Tour in 2011.

Other important point of his carrer was the 10th place in the popular voting of world contest GUITAR IDOL 2008.

Virtuosity with heaviness and agressivity combined with creativity in unexpected compositions gave him the nickname of "INSANE GUITAR", deeply exploring surrealism in his lyrics, and in the craziest form with his complex and beautiful guitar lines with known Drop D tuning.

DOUGLAS JEN is on tour in support of the release of debut album "Traumatic Scenes" through Brazil, and promoting the album in USA, Latin America and Europe. The first video, for the song "Nightmare", has surpassed 70000 playviews and was featured on MTV/BRZ for weeks and reached the 2nd position on Switzerland Rock Label TV charts.

Second video, for the song “Fury and Rage”, is a cinematographic superproduction together with the renowed Nevasca Filmes who has worked with countless mainstream artists and companies such as Naldo Benny, João Neto e Frederico, Rick Bonadio, Micael Borges, Manu Gavassi, The Vampire Diaries (RTA Global) and also worked on the production of Pânico na TV show (RedeTV and Band). In a script filled with drama and horror filmed in the cities of Paranapiacaba and Joanopolis (Sao Paulo, Brazil), the video was featured on PlayTV, NGT, BlankTV and in over 100 websites and magazines in Brazil and worldwide, such as Brave Words (CA), Metal Underground (US), Venja Magazine (CR), Metal Kaoz (GR), Metal Spirit (CH), Headbangers Latinoamerica, Metal Cry (ES), Kronus Mortus (HU), Metalchroniques (FR), Darkside (RU), Metal Glory (DE), Rock Online (BR), Whiplash (BR), Roadie Crew Magazine (BR) and Stay Heavy TV Show (BR).



Douglas Jen and SupreMa have definitely established their names among the greatest in Brazil, and in a reader's poll, the guitarist was chosen as the 12th best rock/metal guitarist in Brazil (Whiplash website, over 8,5 million readers monthly).

His work has been constantly praised by the European media and "Traumatic Scenes" album has received high scores over 8.5/10 and 9/10 in websites such as Metal Underground (AT), Rock Metal Essence (IT), Stormbringer (AT), Whiplash (BR), Metal Temple (EUR), Power of Metal (DK), Heavy Paradise (GR) and Sea of Tranquility (US).

In the year 2013 he has made a come back with his guitar columns, and currently writes for Guitar Load Magazine, and for websites Guitar Shred and Guitar Battle, the latter having gotten him twice the spotlight on the cover of renowed websites Cifra Club.

The year of 2015 has been set to be crucial to his career with a Brazilian tour alongside worldwide icon Marty Friedman, when he went through 20 cities and showed the audience why he is being considered one of the great highlights of his country, playing songs from SupreMa's debut CD and also officially launching his solo career.

At the moment, the INSANE GUITAR is preparing his first DVD class, the songbook of the "Traumatic Scenes" CD and a new batch of free video classes for guitar students.