Total Massacre set to release ‘Class War’ on March 29th

Total Massacre Unleashes Sonic Revolution with ‘Class War’

Out on March 29, 2024

Photo by Laura Streppone

Watch video of lead single “Liberate Applebee’s”

Hailing from the vibrant and eclectic punk scene of the San Fernando Valley, Total Massacre is not just a band; they are a sonic insurgency. Their upcoming album, ‘Class War,’ is a raw and unapologetic exploration of punk’s rebellious spirit, released with the fervor that has come to define this Southern California powerhouse.

The ensemble, comprised of guitarists Mike Massacre and Eric Massacre, bassist Jeff Massacre, drummer Tommy Massacre, and the enigmatic frontman/vocalist Cap’n No Fun, boasts a lineup as diverse as the musical influences that shape their distinctive sound. ‘Class War’ is a bold fusion, blending classic punk with hardcore elements, creating a dynamic soundscape that resonates across the punk spectrum. The album’s lyrical content tackles societal and political issues, confronting themes like inequality, mental health, and the struggles of everyday life.

Total Massacre’s music is a rallying cry, urging listeners to reflect on the world around them. Having graced renowned stages such as Punk Rock Bowling, where they shared the spotlight with icons like Rancid and Refused, The band consistently delivers powerful and memorable performances. Whether in intimate local venues or larger punk festivals, the band’s live shows are a visceral experience that leaves an indelible mark on the audience.

As Total Massacre continues to carve its path in the punk landscape, the band remains true to its DIY roots. Connected to the community and using their music as a platform for social change, the band stands as a living testament to the enduring spirit of Southern California punk.

Class War


  1. Liberate Applebee’s
  2. Quiet Part Loud
  3. Self-Care
  4. No Fun Manifesto
  5. Luna
  6. Woke Mind Virus
  7. Disassembly Line
  8. Slapdick Grifters
  9. Serfs Up
  10. Rampant Capitalist Deregulation
  11. Song For Bodhi
  12. Cocaine Mitch
  13. Suburban Proletariat Blues

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