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, including Jack Russell of GREAT WHITE on "Monkey Dance", David Raymond Reeves of NEON CROSS on "Snake Eat Snake", and Jamie Rowe of GUARDIAN on "Fade". The latter song was written by Mike Layne, Justin Murr and Greg Featherston, and was recorded at Mike Layne's studio in Pekin, IL (The Noisegate). The artwork for the CD is being done by Rex Zachary. Audio samples are available at www.myspace.com/libertynjustice2.
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