From Columbia, Maryland, this US punk music group is best appreciated for its brief and frantic presence in the Washington, DC, hardcore scene of the first 80s. The interracial line-up highlighted John Weiffenbach (vocals), Bubba Dupree (electric guitar), Chris Stover (bass), and Sean Finnegan (drums), and was uncommon for the drunken mayhem of the live performances, which frequently descended into assault and gained them disapproving nods off their direct advantage peers. Void’s demonstration tape, Condensed Flesh, obtained widespread circulation at that time, although it didn’t gain the official discharge until over ten years later. Further studio room recordings had been shelved and released in 1985 on the split-LP using the Faith, where time Void got disbanded. In the scant proof these recordings it had been apparent that Dupree was a talented guitarist with the same affinity for punk and rock, and Void is frequently cited as an impact by rings from both styles.