Brian McTernan is a record producer who has worked with bands from all over the world. He works out of the Baltimore, MD area at Salad Days Studio. Brian was voted to be one of the 50 most influential people in Maryland by the Maryland Daily Record. There is a pizza named "The McTernan", after Brian, at the Bagby Pizza Company, in Baltimore.
McTernan is also a musician, previously serving as lead vocalist for hardcore outfit Battery, guitar player for Ashes, and bass/guitar player for Biology. He comes from a family with many hardcore ties. His brother Mike McTernan is the singer for Damnation A.D. and When Tigers Fight. His brother Peter played drums for Good Clean Fun for a short period of time.
Salad Days is the name of the studio owned and operated by Brian. Its name is taken from the Minor Threat song of the same name. The studio has moved throughout New England multiple times, originally starting in Boston during the mid-1990s before moving to a basement on Longfellow Street in northwest Washington, D.C. It later relocated to a more professional setting in Beltsville, MD, and most recently Brian moved the studio to a state-of-the-art warehouse space in the Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore.
- "2009 Honorees". The Daily Record. The Dolan Compnay. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
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