Tommy Justice

Album Title: 
Setting Fire To History
Release Date: 
Monday, December 3, 2012
Review Type: 

Tommy Justice is the former singer and guitarist of the rock band Ruff Justice and also the former guitarist and singer of Hard rock band PsychoHero. After 4 years with Ruff Justice and winning the 1st place in Hertford's battle of the bands in 2006, The band ended their partnership and Tommy joined  the hard rock band PsychoHero.

After joining PsychoHero in 2009, the band went onto headline Rock In The Priory music festival, (the band's set was cut short due to a crowd riot, the entire gig can be viewed on YouTube) and also won the Letchworth battle of the bands for the second time in a row. But after being only 1 year in PsychoHero, the band came to an end somewhere in 2010. Tommy has now gone solo, putting together a band of top musicians where he

 works with original Ruff Justice Bass player Richie Scott. Tommy has now released his debut album 'Setting Fire To History', witch was produced by John K.

OK, to be honest and quickly, I’m not a fan of this record. The man knows how to play his guitar, really I have no comments on that part, nothing but kudos. But the record just doesn't rub off on me. It's more of a 80's rock album with those typical mellow and shallow lyrics witch to be honest aren't even brought properly. It's a shame because apart from that this album has potential, but i can't bare to listen longer than 30 seconds to this.