Nick Reinhart - Guitar and Vocals
Nathan Latona - Bass and backing Vocals
John Clardy - Drums
 

T E R A   M E L O S


Management - Sargent House
Manager: Cathy Pellow
Day-To-Day: Brittany Baker

Label - Sargent House
Label: Marc Jetton

N. American Booking - APA Agency
Agent: John Lashnits

N. American Publicity - US/THEM GROUP
Publicist: Dave Clifford


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Album Releases

Full Discography

Treasures and Trolls EP (2018)
Trash Generator (2017)
X'ed Out [The Remixes EP] (2013)
X'ed Out (2013)
Echo On The Hills Of Knebworth (2011)
Zoo Weather (2011)
Patagonian Rats (2010)
Tera Melos Frozen Zoo Remixes 7" (2010)
Drugs / Complex [compilation of Drugs to the Dear Youth and Tera Melos tracks from Complex Full of Phantoms] (2010)
Idioms vol. 1 [Covers EP] (2009)
Drugs To The Dear Youth EP (2007)
Complex Full of Phantoms [split with By the End of Tonight] (2007)
[untitled album] (2005, re-issued 2010)
Demo (2004)

News & Press

FOUR ALBUMS OF TERA MELOS INCLUDED IN THE GREATEST MATH ROCK ALBUM OF ALL TIME // FECKINGBAHAMAS 

 

 

It's really nice to be reminded of all these great albums we were a part of. We released 10 of the Top 50 Greatest Math Rock Albums of All Times as picked by readers of feckingbahamas.com

 

 

 

TTNG – Animals 

 

 

Tera Melos – Drugs To The Dear Youth 

 

 

Tera Melos – Patagonian Rats 

 

 

Tera Melos – (untitled album) 

 

 

Maps & Atlases – Trees, Swallows, Houses 

 

 

And So I Watch You From Afar – And So I Watch You From Afar 

 

 

Adebisi Shank – This Is The Second Album Of A Band Called Adebisi Shank 

 

 

Hella – Tripper 

 

 

Tera Melos – X’ed Out 

 

 

And So I Watch You From Afar – Gangs

 

 

 

 

Nick Reinhart Project, DISHEVELED CUSS, RESURRECT ’90S ALT-ROCK ON NEW SINGLE “SHE DON’T WANT” // CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND  

Nick Reinhart has made a name for himself over the years as the unpredictable singer-guitarist in math rock act Tera Melos, one fourth of music geek supergroup Big Walnuts Yonder, and a frequent collaborator of Death Grips, including his own side-project with Zach Hill dubbed Bygones.

Now, Reinhart has hit pause on his wild and technical style of playing to create a new band called Disheveled Cuss — and he’s going full-blown ’90s alt-rock on new single “She Don’t Want”, which Consequence of Sound is premiering today. 

“She Don’t Want” comes from Disheveled Cuss’ debut self-titled album, out June 12th via Sargent House. Technically, this isn’t the first track we’ve heard from Disheveled Cuss. They’ve released two singles prior, “Wanna Be My Friend” and “Nu Complication”, both of which see Reinhart toying with giddy melodies and stringy guitar lines. But neither of those songs sound as infectious as “She Don’t Want”, an alt-rock hit that sounds like a crossover of Teenage Fanclub and Blue Album-era Weezer.

 

Via Consequence of Sound

Nick Reinhart Interviews Thurston Moore // Fender Play Live 

Nick Reinhart talks guitars with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore for Fender "Play Live" series.

"This week on Fender Play Live: Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth will be joining us with guest host Nick Reinhart. Tune in to hear about Thurston's legendary career and a special performance from the Thurston Moore Group live from Fender Hollywood, PLUS see how you can win a Vintera '60s Jazzmaster played by Thurston. Click here for more info: http://bit.ly/2qHA7MN"

Nick Reinhart on '10 Players Embracing Guitar Technology to its Fullest' // Guitar World 

Nick Reinhart, Tera Melos

Incorporating experimental rock, ambient electronics, alternating time signatures and start-stop dynamics, Tera Melos' sound is startlingly inventive. Guitarist/vocalist Nick Reinhart generates many of the band's unorthodox sonics through two-hand tapping, effect pedals, looping and samplers. The guitarist is a known fan of Nineties Squier guitars, the Roland GR-30 Guitar Synthesizer, and pedals from Line 6, Boss, EarthQuaker Devices, Digitech and more.

(via Guitar World)