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Releases : 2     Total votes : 0     Reviews : 0
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CountryUnited States
Formed1986, New York City, New York, United States
GenresThrash Metal, Death Metal

Line-up (members)

  • Mike Palmeri : Drums
  • Mike Nabatov : Guitars
  • Necro : Guitars
  • Ill Bill : Vocals, Bass

Former members

  • Al Taffurelli : Drums
  • Charly Puza : Guitars
  • Chris Murchese : Guitars
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Additional notes
Injustice opened up for such acts as Obituary, Sepultura Biohazard, and Napalm Death at the world famous L'Amours in Brooklyn, NY during the 1980s. The band disbanded in 1990 because they were tired of not getting any record deals from their demo material, and during the time, all the members were very young (some as young as 12, like Ron Braunstein) and didn't know how to properly promote their band.

Ever since Ron and Bill Braunstein were in the band, they both had an appreciation for hip-hop music. After the break up of Injustice, the two began their hip-hop careers with Ron undertaking the new name Necro, and Bill undertaking the new name Ill Bill.

Ill Bill is a successful hip-hop artist today, collaborating with many well known artists from the hip-hop world as well as the metal world. He currently has two full length albums released and numerous mixtapes out, as well as numerous projects he participated in like The Circle of Tyrants (featuring Necro, Mr. Hyde and Goretex) and currently La Coka Nostra (super group featuring House of Pain members and other rappers.) He was also apart of the underground legendary hip-hop group Non-Phixion, which featured Goretex, Sabac Red and DJ Eclipse. He is also the CEO of Uncle Howie Records. Even in his career as a hip-hop artist, Ill Bill continually shows his appreciation for metal by name dropping bands/musicians in his lyrics, sampling metal music in his beats, and emulating album art & merchandise with metal-esque styles. For example, the logo for Non-Phixion was done in the design style of the old Voivod logo (Away of Voivod in fact drew the logo for Non-Phixion).

Necro today is a self proclaimed "Death Rapper" and claims to have created the "Death Rap" genre, which fuses elements of death metal and hardcore hip-hop lyrically and musically speaking. He is also a highly praised producer who has worked with many well known hip-hop artists. Necro is the CEO of Psycho+Logical Records, which is home to many current death rappers and underground hip-hop artists. Necro continually shows his appreciation for metal by name dropping metal/hardcore musicians in his lyrics, playing metal guitar riffs on his production (usually as remixes of other tracks), as well as collaborate with many of them on songs. Collaborations with metal and hardcore artists are made possible through his past in Injustice as well as many metal/hardcore musicians wanting to work with him because they have respect for him as a person and artist.

Appearances and collaborations on various Necro and Ill Bill related projects from metal/hardcore musicians include, but not limited to: John Tardy and Trevor Peres (Obituary), Away (Voivod), Jamie Jasta (Hatebreed), Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault), Sid Wilson (Slipknot), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Steve Digiorgio (Sadus), Max Cavalara (Soulfly), Brain Fair (Shadows Fall), David Ellefson (Megadeth), Ray Adler (Fates Warning), Mike Smith (Suffocation), Mark Morton (Lamb of God), Igor Cavalera (Sepultura), Alex Skolnick (Testament), Matt Harvey (Exhumed), Vinnie Appice (Black Sabbath)...
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