LIBERTY N' JUSTICE: More Guest Singer Appearances Announced

Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE, whose most recent release, "Soundtrack of a Soul", featured an all-star cast of guest musicians — including Mark Slaughter (SLAUGHTER), Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW), Stephen Pearcy (RATT) and Tony Harnell (TNT) — are back in the studio working on their follow-up effort. Described as a "full-production acoustic rock record," "Independence Day" will feature 12 "all-star singers" on 11 songs. The CD will once again be produced by Mike Layne and is scheduled for mid-2007 release. The band has issued the following update on the project:

"LIBERTY N' JUSTICE's new CD, 'Independence Day', is nearing completion and at this time we are unveiling two new singers. JET CIRCUS's EZ Gomer and RAINBOW's Tony Carey join forces on the track 'Wake the Dead'. The track was recorded at Hypersonic Studios (Gothenburg, Sweden) and features Gomer on co-lead vocals and bass as well as Carey on co-lead vocals and keyboards. This makes Gomer's second appearance on a LNJ CD as he provided the thundering lead track ('Kings of Hollywood') on LNJ's last album, 'Soundtrack of a Soul'.

"'Independence Day', with three tracks still unannounced, also will feature vocals by Jani Lane, Jack Russell (GREAT WHITE), John Corabi (ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, UNION), Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER), Jaime St. James (WARRANT, BLACK N' BLUE), Kelly Keeling (BATON ROUGE, TSO), Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN), Shawn Pelata (LINE OF FIRE), David Raymond Reeves (NEON CROSS), and Mark and Shannon Hovland (HOVLAND). With special guest musicians Jerry Dixon (WARRANT), Kevin Chalfant, Tommy Denander, Don Webster (NEON CROSS), Charlie Calv, Nikki Dimage (LINE OF FIRE) and a host of others."

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