LIBERTY N' JUSTICE: New Song Featuring LILLIAN AXE Singer Posted Online

Versailles Records will release a "greatest-hits" LP from Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE, entitled "4-ALL: The Best of LNJ". Due on March 28, this compilation features a "who's who" guest-star list of hard rock and heavy metal legends, including Lou Gramm (ex-FOREIGNER), Sebastian Bach (ex-SKID ROW), Michael Sweet (STRYPER), Mark Slaughter (SLAUGHTER), Jack Russell (GREAT WHITE), Jani Lane (ex-WARRANT), Stephen Pearcy (RATT), Tony Harnell (ex-TNT), Pete Loran (TRIXTER), Leif Garrett, John Corabi (RATT, ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE, UNION, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION, THE SCREAM), Kelly Keagy (NIGHT RANGER), Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER), Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN), and Kelly Keeling (BLUE MURDER, TSO). Boasting the best from 2004's "Welcome to the Revolution", 2006's "Soundtrack of a Soul", 2007's "Independence Day", as well as four new tracks featuring Doug Pinnick (KING'S X), Steve Brown (TRIXTER, STEREO FALLOUT), Derrick LeFevre (LILLIAN AXE), Larry Worley (FEARNOT) and Russell Arcara (SURGIN, PROPHET) written exclusively for the "best of" CD. This collection additionaly features guest musical appearances by Tommy Denander, Tim Gaines (ex-STRYPER), Richard Kendrick (STRAITJACKET SMILE, NEAR LIFE EXPERIENCE), and Keri Kelli (ALICE COOPER, ex-L.A. GUNS, SLASH'S SNAKEPIT, WARRANT, PRETTY BOY FLOYD, DAD'S PORNO MAG), among many others.

Commented LIBERTY N' JUSTICE frontman Justin Murr, "I am really proud the songs included in this collection. It shows where LNJ has been and where we are going musically in the future. It all so shows what got us here, and that is all the great vocalists that have sang on the last three LIBERTY N' JUSTICE CDs. I am thankful to Versailles Records, and their distributor Big Daddy Music, for believing in us enough to reach a wider audience."

Check out one the four new songs included on the compilation — "We Have A God", featuring lead vocals by Derrick LeFevre (LILLIAN AXE) and Larry Worley (FEARNOT) — on the LIBERTY N' JUSTICE MySpace page.

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