Before you make a departure from Earth to the insane depths of Hell, it is necessary to bring some kind of snack with you on the way down. One little treat I can think of is Justice, the debut extended play by Pennsylvania-based deathcore act The Last Ten Seconds of Your Life. Though it features an inconsistent performance from the band's lead vocalist and offers nothing new to the subgenre, this EP is fortunately not too hard to digest and contains soul-severing musicianship that gets the blood boiling. Also, the group don't seem to be assed with hiding much of their potential, which is quite noticeable at times on the final two songs here. In conclusion, I've said it once and I'll unhesitantly say it again: these locked-and-loaded guys have a decent amount of potency to unleash something more, something really wild and concentrated.