Last Known Status: Disbanded
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Nientara's one-time reunion/final show will be at the Youth and Noise Fest 3. Nientara has been broken up for 2 years and never had a chance to do a final show so this is it. It will also be the first show for Nientara singer Kris Foell's new band The Cauled (myspace.com/thecauled) which he is playing guitar in.
Venue: Upstairs Los Amigos Club, 1500 N Main St, Waterbury CT, 06704
Time/Date: 6pm, Thursday December 22nd and Friday December 23rd
Tickets: $12/day $20/both days
Thursday 22nd More...
Nientara, who broke up in March of 2004, will reportedly play a reunion show this winter. The show will take place on December 23rd in Connecticut at a venue that has yet to be named. The following bands are also slated to perform:
The Breathing Process
Shroud Of Turin
xReign of Terrorx
Nathan Adajian (formerly of Nientara) wrote in to say that his new band The Moor has posted a couple of songs for download at this location. The songs for download are To 'Chain The Fenris' and 'The Gorgon's Vanity'.
Connecticut hardcore band Nientara has called it quits after three years together. However, members Nathan Adajian, Jason Leardi, and Joshua Jablonski have formed a new group called The Moor with George Richer (ex-A Thousand Falling Skies), Tom O'Hare (Invocation of Nehek) and Mike Despasqua.