Vintage Hard Stance "Strength Through Strife" Conversion Records T-Shirt

Hard Stance were a short-lived hardcore band from Irvine, CA. The band formed in 1987 as the Orange County scene was exploding. They released a demo and two 7"s before disbanding. Zach de la Rocha, who later sang in Inside Out and Rage Against The Machine, notably played guitar, but the band also featured Al Pain on drums, Mark Haworth who filled in for Gorilla Biscuits on bass, Rob Haworth from Farside, with Eric Ernst belting his heart out on vocals. This vintage Hard Stance shirt, with fading and a small pinhole below the collar, is an early 90s shirt made by Conversion Records in conjunction with the posthumous 7" of B-sides the label released in 1993. 

Dimensions: 22.25" Wide by 27.50" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Murina