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TERA MELOS ANNOUNCE UK/EUROPEAN TOUR 2018

More info HERE

UK Dates
MAR 15 Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store
MAR 16 London, UK @ Oslo
MAR 17 Guildford, UK @ Boileroom
MAR 18 Ramsgate, UK @ Music Hall
MAR 20 Nottingham, UK @ Rough…

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Tera Melos 'Warpless Run' Video Premier // NPR

“Speedruns” are a weirdly enthralling piece of video game culture, wherein a gamer takes on titles, often older ones like Super Metroid or Sonic The Hedgehog, using every trick in the book to beat their chosen game as fast as possible. 

Brad “Darbian” Myers currently holds the Super Mario Bros. speedrun world record, completing the classic in four minutes, 56 seconds. Tera Melos guitarist and singer Nick Reinhart recalls one of Darbian’s recent live streams as “the closest thing I’ve ever felt to being a real sports fan,” he tells NPR. “My heart was racing and I was yelling at my phone screen." 

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Tera Melos // US Tour TODAY

Tera Melos hit the road w/ Speedy Ortiz today and this time it’s personal.
Tickets and info HERE.

Oct 12 Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse
Oct 13 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy
Oct 14 Sacramento, CA…

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‘Trash Generator’ Rave Review on Exclaim!

By Scott A. Gray via Exclaim!

For those wired a certain way, Tera Melos is the best fucking band on this beautiful, disgusting space rock we’re all riding. Clearly, there’s no one best anything in any creative field, but Tera Melos put every ounce of themselves into the music they make. They distill a quintessential version of their unique musical perspective, composed of an array of influences that create a unique sonic love signature.

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Pitchfork on “Trash Generator” by Tera Melos

Full article by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni via Pitchfork

On Trash Generator, the Sacramento trio Tera Melos builds on its prodigious mix of post-hardcore and prog, reining-in the chops in service of catchy, harmonically rich songs.

<a data-cke-saved-href="http://teramelos.bandcamp.com/album/trash-generator" href="http://teramelos.bandcamp.com/album/trash-generator" target="_blank">Trash Generator by Tera Melos</a>

Prog rock still exerts a profound influence on popular music—perhaps even more so now than in its 1970s heyday. The genre’s modern descendants may not necessarily surround themselves with stacks of keyboards, or emulate the Gandalf-esque fashion sense of Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman. But you can rest assured that there’s prog DNA lurking within vital developments across a slew of contemporary rock styles. And while prog’s baroque extravagance once clashed with punk ethics and funk grooves, those divisions fell away decades ago, particularly in the post-hardcore universe that gave us Tera Melos.