In 2006, Paz's hip-hop supergroup Army of the Pharaohs made its full-length debut with The Torture Papers, while the release of Jedi Mind Tricks' Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell proved that the MC's primary group was still functioning. Servants became the group's first appearance on the Billboard 200, bowing outside the Top 100. Jus Allah then made his return to the JMT lineup, which issued A History of Violence in 2008. History shot into the Top Ten of the Heatseekers chart, also climbing up the Independent, R&B/Hip-Hop, and overall albums charts. 2011 saw the release of Violence Begets Violence, the collective's first release without the production help of Stoupe, relying on work by DJ Kwestion, C-Lance, Nero, and more. Even without founding member Stoupe, the set topped the Heatseekers chart and rose to number 103, their highest-charting effort to date.
Stoupe returned to JMT in time for the follow-up, just as Jus Allah parted ways with JMT once again. Their eighth album, The Thief and the Fallen, arrived in 2015, notching another Heatseeker number one. Paz, Stoupe, and Kwestion returned in 2018 with the group's ninth effort, The Bridge and the Abyss. ~ Neil Z. Yeung & Rob Theakston