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Axis of Justice Relaunches Website With New Design

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Axis of Justice, the non-profit, grassroots, pro-social justice organization formed by Tom Morello (Audioslave) and Serj Tankian (System of a Down), has redesigned and launched its new website - http://axisofjustice.org.

The relaunched site offers practical information to further AOJ's mission - bringing together musicians, fans of music, and grass roots political organizations to fight for social justice. Among the site's redesigned features are regularly updated links to Breaking News stories from around the world that deal with social justice; recommendations of books, films and other media that focus on activism; and most important, a list of activist and charity organizations in the United States and around the world endorsed by AOJ as a way for anyone to take that first step towards getting involved. The new site also features a Message Board and a Store where Axis of Justice t-shirts, posters, buttons, stickers and the "Axis of Justice: Vol.1" CD/DVD can be purchased. All profits go back into furthering the goals of Axis of Justice.

Tankian and Morello continue their monthly radio program, the "Axis of Justice Radio Network," that combines music, passion, politics and activism. The radio show can be heard on KPFK in Los Angeles, 90.7FM, 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara, online at www.kpfk.org, and on XM Satellite Radio on XM channel 53. Previous Axis radio shows are archived on the relaunched site.

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1. fgurgfuguerwgrgu writes:

audioslave SUCKS!!!! SOAD IS KICKASS THOUGH!!!!

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2. angry stoner writes:

i perfer audio slave to rage against the machine

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3. angrystoner writes:

i hate the axis of justice there nothing but commi basterds.

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4. angrystoner writes:

i am talking to my self

# Jun 9, 2005 @ 11:42 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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5. angrystoner writes:

at least say hi.

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6. angrystoner writes:

damn

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7. angrystoner writes:

still no reply

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8. angrystoner writes:

some one say hi

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9. thedude writes:

hi. oh and by the way, i happen to like axis of justice. Is it wrong for people to have other opinions?

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10. angrystoner writes:

no its not wrong it would not be fun if we all thought the same way.

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11. Killing in the Name writes:

Rage Against the Machine absolutely ruled, SOAD only had one good album (their self-titled, Toxicity and the others absolutely suck), but Audioslave sucked since day one. I also hate the Axis of Justice not because they're "commie bastards," but because they don't take direct action against the government or big business. I'm starting a socialist thrash-funk-death metal band called Rage of the Kommisars, we'll fuse the politics and funk of Rage Against the Machine with the thrash assault and guitar solos of Slayer. If we get big enough, we'll fund the American Socialist Workers Party to put the Democrats and Republicans out of office in a future presidential election, and if the ASWP gets their way, I hope they'll quell big business, the two big parties, and religion once and for all.

Audioslave's new album is gayer than Mario Cantone and SOAD's new album is more annoying than SpongeBob (that's saying alot). That CD the Axis of Jackasses sucks more c0ck than Bob Saget. Just listen to some Rage Against the Machine and Slayer instead.

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12. Killing in the Name writes:

What I ment to say about SOAD's "good album" is that their self-titled was awesome, but Toxicity, Steal This Album!, and Mezmerize are absolutely unoriginal and $hitty.

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