Here’s a solo performance by Tera Melos guitarist Nick Reinhart on the 91.3 The Summit stage. Catch him this fall when Tera Melos hits the road with Minus the Bear and/or Mouse On The Keys! Tour dates: https://teramelos.net/shows
Tera Melos share a new song from their forthcoming EP today. The track “Lemon Grove” features Rob Crow (Pinback) sharing vocals with vocalist/guitarist Nick Reinhart. The song is culled from the forthcoming 3-song Treasures and Trolls EP on Sargent House.
Treasures and Trolls will be available November 2nd, 2018 on 7" vinyl and download via Sargent House. Pre-orders are available HERE (all store & streaming links) and via HelloMerch and Bandcamp.
all dates with Minus The Bear NOV 27 Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Ybor NOV 29 New Orleans, LA @ House Of Blues – New Orleans NOV 30 Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater DEC 01 Austin, TX @ Emo’s Austin DEC 03 Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theatre DEC 04 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre DEC 05 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex - Grand Room DEC 07 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee DEC 08 Pomona, CA @ The Glass House DEC 09 Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre DEC 11 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom DEC 12 Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades DEC 13 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre DEC 14 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox SOLD OUT DEC 15 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
“This week Jay and Will get looped into a multi-layered conversation with guitarist Nick Reinhart of Tera Melos, and the YouTube channel Pedals and Effects. They talk/argue over which music class was harder to pass, Math-rock or Social-studies rock. Also, Will learns that the band Hella is not the same band as Health.” – Line6PODcast
The modern-prog wizardsTera Melos released their fourth full-length record, Trash Generator, this past August. The recording process brought the trio to Singing Serpent studios in San Diego, California, and marked the first time that the group’s madman drummer, John Clardy, was present for the entirety of the tracking period since joining them in 2008. Dense grooves, wild accent patterns, and rapid time changes abound throughout the album as the group furthers its signature experimental sound. Here we analyze key moments on Trash Generator and gain insight into some of the tracks from Clardy himself.