20 years ago this month (August 1992), Liberty n’ Justice first album was released (“Armed With The Cross”) and to continue to celebrate two decades of recording music LNJ recorded a song to give away for free. Just go to our “new”

Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/libertynjusticerocks ) , like the page and you see a link to download

the song “In Time”.  The song is a remake, of a song that was featured in the movie “The Punisher” and features the talents of JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ) and David Cagle.

Speaking of JK Northrup, we are proud to announce that he is now an official member of LNJ! Justin Murr had this to say about the addition to his group, ” For the past twelve years LNJ has basically been me with a bunch of guest musicians.

Working with JK over the past three years and three albums we gelled and it was only natural to take the next step in adding his talent to this group. We have big plans for the future and after “The Cigar Chronicles” is released we will be adding more guys to the group to step into the next phase of LNJ.” Northrup added,”I am very proud and honored to join Justin as an official member of Liberty n’ Justice! Justin and I have created some amazing songs together and I look forward to continuing the LNJ name for years to come.”

“The Cigar Chronicles” is finally almost finished we are down to the last 3 mixes of this amazing 26 song album

and wait to see the track listing!

Liberty n’ Justice recently recorded a song for www.melodicrock.com new compilation album (“15 Years Later”) and you can pre-order the album and hear a sample at there website!

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