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


US $ STORE // UK £ STORE


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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

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)