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Come for a good dose of experimental rock, math pop with Tera Melos. The band is a one of its kind band from Sacramento. It has Nick Reinhart as the vocalist/lead guitarist, Nathan Latona on the bass and John Clardy on the drums. This three piece ensemble became noticed for mixing electronics and rock to make a genre of their own. Their music and songs are very unconventional; they feel like a super mix of everything from math pop to rock to electronics and jazz. The structure of their songs became the band’s identity; they had very quick alternating rhythms, starts and stops, improvisation, double handed guitar tapping and extensive use of bridges/effect pedals/ samplers.
The band’s music has a very special appeal and therefore over the past couple of years has found a cult-like fan following in the United States. The band has recently made it to mainstream music in Europe, Asia and Latin America and enjoy their popularity there. Tera Melos tickets offer a rocking live trip to explore the band’s latest music. For all Melos fans out there is an opportunity that must not be missed. Be sure to join in.
The band started off in 2005 as a four piece band with a demo containing four songs. A couple of months later the band’s debut album came out. It was a full length, untitled album released by the band itself. The album featured eight hard hitting rock tracks. These tracks were difficult to understand as they had distorted vocals and roaring guitars. The vocals in the album were taken over by the beats and guitar sound; it felt like they were played somewhere in the background. This major problem didn’t come up in the next album. Nick Reinhart gave prominent and powerful vocals in the 2007 release Complex Full of Phantoms. This album was a full length split release with the band By the End of Tonight.
Drugs to the Dear Youth was the band’s second EP; its production slowed down during inception. Jeff Worms, one of the band’s guitarist left for a career in college football. In the start of 2007, Tera Melos released Drugs on Sargent House. The album was very different from the previous ones because of a new touching sound. The guitars had become more progressive and the band seemed to have moved away from the experimentation bit for a little while. The explored and incorporated sounds of genres like jazz, pop and grunge. The result was very pleasant and appealing to fans.
Soon after Drugs, Melos found itself struggling with a good lineup. In April 2007, their drummer Vince announced that he would be leaving the band to purse a career in academia. The band tried to find a new drummer for almost one year. It was not until John Clardy auditioned and satisfied; he became the band’s new drummer who helped the band bring released back on track. Melos had planned a tour followed by the release of an LP, however this couldn’t happen because of the missing guitarist. So once Clardy came the band came out with a wonderful surprise; an EP Idioms, Vol. I featuring covers by Polaris and The Beach Boys. By this time they had released four studio efforts all of which had a distinct feel and flavor. To add to the list their debut was re-issued with some more tracks by Sargent House in 2008.
Tera Melos announced its fifth release in 2009 on a Myspace bulletin. They posted that the band had already started work on the new effort titled Patagonian Rats. This album came out in September 2010 and went well commercially. While Patagonian Rat was under production, Nick Reinhart played in another band named Bygones alongside Zach Hill. Reinhart and Hill collaborated on its debut full length release. It was released in 2009 under Sargent House’s name. This album helped Reinhart to polish his skills as a vocalist and use them later for Patagonian Rats. The album was technically sound, however it gave a feel similar to By the End of Tonight. It had vocals that were louder and sharper than the music, the lyrics were more coherent and meaningful. The album was thoroughly enjoyed by fans and also got the band noticed by the media.
This summer Tera Melos returns with a long-awaited concert tour. The band will be coming to a venue near you very soon. It is advised to book Tera Melos tickets in advance. So purchase your tickets and come join Melos live.