The Corps aren’t the heroes we deserve, but they’re the heroes we need in these turbulent times. The Vancouver punks strike down enemies with a flurry of flying riffs, restoring peace to the land and setting the stage for an epic set at Massif!
The Adits deal in high-grade punk, supplying the masses with energetic, action-packed tunes to help us grind out the days. After electrifying the virtual edition of Massif two years ago, the Castlegar conglomerate make their long-overdue live debut at Massif 2022 in September!
Want to dismantle the heteronormative white patriarchy while having fun? Add some Harsh to your life! These Calgary punks smashed the state at Massif 2019 and beamed sunshine into Massif’s virtual edition in 2020, and they’re coming back to usher us into a new age in September.
No More Moments have won over legions of fans since emerging in Siksika Nation with no-holds-barred hardcore punk. They’ve been kicking out the jams for over a decade and still rock harder than anyone, and it’s about damn time Nelson got to join the fun!
Selfist sparked to life a decade ago to resist the corporate malaise of post-Olympics Vancouver and have been burning through the bullshit ever since. Their fiery melodic hardcore galvanizes even the most jaded listeners into action, and they’re coming to convert new followers at Massif in September.
More like a weird party than a fight, hailing from the Slocan Valley, this trio delivers art punk with a lo-fi edge. Also like a great pool fight, super fun to share with friends but too weird for squares.
Be warned: Man Meat are coming to reclaim their Massif crown. You can hear them preparing from Saskatoon—the blood-curdling yells, the ghostly guitar lines, the thumping of drums. Their victory is inevitable. Be warned.
BITTER//WASHED is the new cool kid who changes your life from the moment you meet them. The Rossland four-piece has broken out of the garage and showcased their buzzy punk at Sled Island and throughout the Kootenays. Their quick rise to fame will have people swearing they went to their first shows.
Space Queen live up to their name, wielding regal rock ‘n’ roll that is galactic in scale. Hop on their rocket ship for an exhilarating stoner rock journey guided by interstellar harmonies. The Vancouver trio lit up Massif’s Viral Edition in 2020, and their local connections via Nelson and Selkirk mean they’re already fan favorites!