Total Chaos’ “Avoid All Sides” Set to be Released 3/11

Upon returning home from wreaking havoc across European soil TOTAL CHAOS will unleash their brand new highly anticipated album Avoid All Sides to the masses on Tuesday March 11th. For just shy of two decades TOTAL CHAOS has solidified themselves as a staple at the forefront of the American punk scene with their brand of spiky, raucous punk rock. While the scene has constantly been in a state of flux, TOTAL CHAOS has endured and stuck to their guns with a message as relevant today as it was in 1989. Be on the lookout for more tour dates as TOTAL CHAOS will be trekking across the US this summer.

Determined to revitalize the Southern California punk scene and destined to bring their message of socio political driven punk rock to the world, TOTAL CHAOS reared its ugly head for the first time in October 1989. By 1992 TOTAL CHAOS put themselves on the map with the self-release of their debut 7”, followed shortly thereafter by their self-released, promoted and distributed album We’re the Punks in March of 1993. The combination of their aggressive, grassroots self-promotion and non-stop regional and national touring caught the attention of Epitaph Records that same year. Founder Brett Gurewitz immediately signed the band, leading to a three album recording deal that would propel TOTAL CHAOS to the forefront of the bourgeoning American street punk revival. Flash forward to 2007. After three more albums and relentless non-stop touring around the world, the band are once again determined to make their mark, teaming up with New York’s PUNK CORE, a union thought by many to be long in coming.

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