403 Comp

403 Comp

Florida Fucking Hardcore

Schematics

This is a compilation of bands that have played at 403 Chaos in Tampa, as well as a great representation of Florida hardcore. It’s not comprehensive, but it covers a lot of ground. An amazing comp with great bands in a wide variety of styles under the general hardcore umbrella. This is a CD packaged as a ten-inch, with lots to read and look at (lyrics, fliers, contributions from the zines In Abandon and Haili). Tracks are from Reversal of Man, Tomorrow, Assuck, Strikeforce Diablo, Hot Water Music, Combat Wounded Veteran, Cavity, Omega Man, Nineteen Hundred and Twelve, Early Grace, Discount, Dragbody, Twelve Hour Turn, Cease, Hankshaw, Bird of Ill Omen, I Hate Myself, Scrotum Grinder, and Jud Jud, most of which are unreleased elsewhere. An inspiring result of combined dreams and creativity. Totally necessary. Schematics, P.O. Box 14636, Gainesville, FL 32604

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