Total Massacre

Total Massacre

Silence Is Violence

Ever heard of ambient blues noise? This is the sort of genre you can find if you search through the Bandcamp results tagged as Memphis, including an artist called Total Massacre. I can absolutely appreciate good noise tracks, and I know a lot of other people can too. This is the kind of music you can listen to with nice headphones and forget about everything else in the world.

I’ve got a lot to do tomorrow, but I’m just going to listen to this band for 15 minutes or so and not worry about it for a little while. If you’ve ever gotten really busy or really stressed out, you could totally benefit from this kind of release.

Total Massacre put up a couple tracks called Shell and Protest on an album on Bandcamp called Silence Is Violence, and they’re both really solid. Shell is about 11 minutes long, and it’s probably bigger sounding than protest, but they’re both totally worth listening to. You can download them for free, so why not?

Protest is a little over three and a half minutes long, and it’s got an almost ironic sort of children’s sound to it. It’s sort of like an ice cream truck being bowed like a violin while driving slowly down a back alley in an old B film while tons of sea gulls watch. In any case, this is a very interesting track. Go check out Total Massacre for a couple really cool new ambient blues noise tracks!