LIBERTY N' JUSTICE's 'All-Star' CD Gets A Release Date

The "all-star" album from Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE, entitled "Soundtrack of a Soul", will be released in Germany on March 24 by MTM Music (March 27 for the rest of Europe) and in North America on March 28 by LNJ Records.

"Soundtrack of a Soul" will feature contributions from the following guest singers:

Dale & Troy Thompson (BRIDE)
Ez Gomer (JET CIRCUS)
Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN, ADRIANGALE)
Joe Cerisano (SILVER CONDOR)
Josh Kramer (SAINT)
Leif Garrett
Mark Slaughter (SLAUGHTER)
Mike Lee (BARREN CROSS)
Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB)
Pete Loran (TRIXTER)
Phil Naro (TALAS)
Russell Arcara (PROPHET, ARCARA)
Scott Wenzel (WHITECROSS)
Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW)
Stephen Pearcy (RATT)
Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER)
Tony Harnell (TNT)

More notable guest musicians:

Billy Morris (WARRANT)
Charlie Calv (SHOTGUN SYMPHONY)
Harry Hess (HAREM SCAREM)
John "JD" DeServio (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY)
Keri Kelli (VINCE NEIL, SLASH'S SNAKEPIT)
Mikkey Dee (MOTÖRHEAD)
Tim Bushong (LOVE WAR)
Tim Gaines (STRYPER)
Tommy Denander (RADIOACTIVE)

Visit LibertyNJustice.net on Saturday, February 11, to hear soundclips of the new CD, including the new soundclip of "Thy Will Be Done", featuring Slaughter and Loran. The band are also re-releasing (only online) LIBERTY N' JUSTICE's 1996 CD, "Forever Till The End", featuring three new bonus tracks: Jamie Rowe's original demo of "Thy Will Be Done", "Crown Of My Heart" (which was recorded for "Soundtrack of a Soul" but never used) featuring Mike Layne on vocals, and the acoustic version of Mitch Malloy's "Only Heaven Knows".

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