Four Walls Falling were a hardcore band from Richmond, VA. They formed in the late 80s, as the second big wave of USHC was transitioning towards a new decade of politically-driven metallic sounds. Their first release was their self-titled 7" in 1989 put out by Axtion Packed Records from Bethesda, MD. The label folded shortly after but owner Tim Owen and Hi-Impact owner Darren Walters formed a new label, Jade Tree, and FWF decided to work with them for their debut LP Culture Shock, the label's first release. The band continued on for four more years releasing two more 7"s, including 1992's Burn It 7" on Redemption Records, and another LP before breaking up in 1995. This original Four Walls Falling shirt, nicely worn in and faded, is from their 1992 tour.