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Formed in Lakeland, Fl. in the fall of 2006 by guitarist and vocalist James Spohn, Infinite Justice embarked on a quest to create a unique style of metal that had not been heard before in the central Florida area. Mixing their influences of thrash metal, metalcore, and most other types of rock, along with the incorporation of guitar solos and dueling guitar medleys, James and fellow members Josh O’Connor (bass) and Adam Kovacs (drums) compiled a 7 song demo album and began playing gigs around central Florida with friends of the band filling in on 2nd guitar.
The band derived its name from the United States military operation in Afghanistan which was originally called Operation Infinite Justice and soon after changed to Enduring Freedom. Regardless of this Infinite Justice does not affiliate themselves with any political party or religion. The bands lyrics primarily speak of life experiences and issues other than politics and religion.
In the summer of 2008 Infinite Justice entered the studio to record their first EP album. The record would consist of re-recordings of their 7 original songs with a much better sound quality and performance. However half way through the recording drummer Adam Kovacs left the band due to personal reasons and after finishing his bass tracks, Josh O’Connor also left due to personal reasons. Drum tracks were completed by James and the album’s producer Charles Purvis.
Not long after the departure of Adam and Josh, a friend of James’ Chris Billingsley heard some of the recordings and urged James to continue with the project. Chris quickly volunteered to take up bass duties. Cameron Hudson was recruited to play the drums and former bassist Josh O’Connor rejoined the band on guitar. Infinite Justice once again brought its fast, and heavy sound back to Lakeland and its surrounding areas.
After a long hiatus from the recording process, the 7 song EP was self titled and released in April 2011. In the time since then the band has been out playing shows to promote the album in Lakeland, Tampa, Ybor City, Orlando, Deland and many other cities in Florida.
After finishing up show dates in November 2012, Infinite Justice plans on entering the studio to record their 2nd album with the intention of continuing to create a unique style of heavy metal.