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Boston, Massachusetts, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2008 | SELF

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2008
Band Rock EDM


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Herra Terra’s second release is an immersive experience of dreamy sound mixed with just the right rock edge. The band expertly navigates between the eccentric weirdness that can be a turn off for dreamy alternative bands, and the boring sound of a traditionally structured rock band.  What results is a wonderful matrimony between soaring vocals, and the pulse of rock. - Jake Waters

"Worcester Magazine"

Portals,” the opening track on the six-song EP, sets the tone for the band’s ecstatic forays into atmospheric dance pop. with the most synth layers and guitar effects since Kraftwerk. The backing tracks snap, crackle, and ping-pong like Rice Krispies on acid, with breathy vocals reminiscent of Spandau Ballet, and bright driving drums. - Matt Robert


So to those who think all dance music is vacuous, and to those who think it takes volume and aggression to rail, Herra Terra will set you straight - Scott McLennan

"Boston Herald"

The quartet have the Casios and the catchiness. - Jed Gottlieb


2013 (Released independently on 02/26/13)
"Hyperborean" EP
- producers: HERRA TERRA and Taylor Barefoot

2010 (The Mylene Sheath)
"Quiet Geist" LP
- featuring members of Bad Rabbits
- producers: HERRA TERRA and Jayson Michael Dezuzio (Coheed & Cambria, Cobra Starship)

2008 (Self Released)
"Organs For the Afterlife" Demo
- featuring members of Bad Rabbits
- producers: HERRA TERRA and Mike "Mo" Lapierre (Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New)



Piloting towers of electronics, erratic guitars and pounding percussion, HERRA TERRA forcefully throws you onto all fours. At first, this may seem a bit daunting, but you soon notice an oncoming warmth colonize inside your body, comforting you as you close your eyes.

Being compared to Muse, M83, Depeche Mode, The Faint, a modern Duran Duran, and even NIN, sets high standards for this Boston based quartet, but they've proven clout with their earmarked brand of Synth-Rock showcased on 2013s, self released EP, Hyperborean. The album unfolds a handful of sonic identities that swarm and sing, enrooting a wanderlust of astral euphony.

Following their late 2010 debut, Quiet Geist (The Mylene Sheath), 2013's Hyperborean EP puts HERRA TERRA on the map, offering a new school approach to synth driven music, all while guarding nostalgic sensibilities that will keep fans listening for years to come.

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