Bad Seed Rising

Rock band from Baltimore, Maryland (formed in 2012) That may be true, but Bad Seed Rising — the youngest band ever signed in Roadrunner's 34-year history — is no hobby. Its members are home-schooled in order to make the most of this opportunity. They meet in a Frederick practice space, converted from a construction business' office space, four days a week, on top of taking lessons for their instruments. Despite their age, the members have been working toward this goal for a while. Marceron, of Thurmont, and Peraza have been lifelong friends because their fathers played together in the Baltimore post-hardcore band Shaft during the 1990s. (“I slugged it out for years, and put my heart and soul into it. And now I set up my son's drums. It's quite funny,” said Scott Marceron.) Gainer of Ellicott City and Peraza met taking lessons at Columbia's Let There Be Rock School, while Pastor and Marceron jammed together at the school's Frederick location. They have only grown closer through experiences Bad Seed Rising has afforded them. In September 2012, the band recorded its debut release, the five-song “606,” at the Foo Fighters' Los Angeles studio, with the help of the band's guitarist Chris Shiflett. Last summer, Bad Seed Rising toured with Daughtry, 3 Doors Down and Halestorm. Along the way, they picked up advice from the rock veterans. Francheska Pastor, Vocals Mason Gainer, Guitar Aiden Marceron, Drums Louey Peraza, Bass Discography 606 EP (2012) Charm City EP (20...

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