Justice For The Damned have completely grasped the concept of patience being a virtue, even if their rabid fan base has not.
The Sydney five-piece have spend the past few years consciously and methodically planning their path, cutting their teeth
alongside contemporaries such as Northlane and Polaris, often sharing the stage together at the legendary Blacktown Masonic
Hall. From there stepping things up this year, touring with upcoming acts such as Graves and Void Of Vision, playing a sold
out Invasion Fest in Melbourne, and playing at Unify Festival 2017, along side heavyweights such as Thy Art Is Murder, Every
Time I Die, & Violent Soho.
In late 2016 the band stepped into the studio with Sam Basal (Ocean Grove, Endless Heights) to produce what is gearing up
to be one of the heaviest albums ever released from an Australian band, with their first taste of things to come was laid
down through their latest single Please Dont Leave Me. The track is about harrowing events from within a
family and bears a message of hope for both people who have suffered the same experiences and people who suffer at all
explains guitarist Nick Adams. As for the future, patience it seems, is about to pay off.