Justice was a straight edge hardcore band from Antwerp, Belgium founded in 2003. The band began playing fast, aggressive, groovy hardcore and quickly forged international friendships with Lockin Out bands like Mental and Cold World due to shared styles and interests. They released three 12"s and two 7"s during their tenure, touring Europe and the States often in support of their releases. Their second LP Escapades, which was released by Powered and Reflections Records in Europe and Youngblood in the States, saw the band going towards a more Supertouch The Earth Is Flat approach, which means that they slowed down tempos and played with more intricate guitar melodies and structures. It was well-informed in its history, being produced by NYHC legend Don Fury and featuring guest vocals from Richie Birkenhead, but it was also something completely new and exciting. They recorded one final 12" EP, Live And Learn, and released it right as they were breaking up in 2008. It was released by their own Powered in Europe and Six Feet Under in the States and the band further experimented with their sound, blending together the melodic sensibilities of their later sound with the aggression of their earlier. Their final show was the record release for Live And Learn, but they have since reunited several times. This original Justice shirt, tie dyed and lightly worn, is from the Live And Learn era of the band.