Former RATT frontman Stephen Pearcy is the latest guest vocalist scheduled to appear on the new album from Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE. Pearcy's contribution will come in the form of the track "Killer Grin", also featuring Tommy Denander on guitars and Ez Gomer (JET CIRCUS) on bass. LIBERTY N' JUSTICE's "all-star" CD, "Soundtrack of a Soul", will feature sixteen well-known singers and many guest musician appearances. Other guest vocalists thus far revealed to be taking part in the project are Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB), Phil Naro (TALAS, PETER CRISS BAND), Ez Gomer, Josh Kramer (SAINT), Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN, ADRIANGALE), Scott Wenzel (WHITE CROSS), Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER), Russell Arcara (SURGIN, PROPHET, ARCARA), Dale Thompson (BRIDE) and Leif Garrett ('70s teen idol). Guest musicians on the album include MOTÖRHEAD's Mikkey Dee, bassist Tim Gaines (ex-STRYPER) and guitarist Jack Frost (SEVEN WITCHES, ex-SAVATAGE). Audio samples from the album can be downloaded at this location.
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