TOP ROCKERS BACK NEW AMNESTY CAMPAIGN

The stars are donating exclusive prizes to a charity auction...

RADIOHEAD, THE CURE, BLINK 182, and Cypress Hill are amongst the artists joining in AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL’s MUSIC FOR HUMAN RIGHTS online auctions.

Also donating exclusive prizes for the campaign are Bright Eyes, The Sleepy Jackson, and System Of A Down.

Lots include tickets and VIP passes for this year’s Coachella Festival, taking place in Indio, California between May 1-2, and tagged Zoo York Music For Human Rights skateboard decks signed by RadioheadCypress Hill, The Cure and The Sleepy Jackson.

[/a] are also donating three pairs of tickets and VIP wristbands to their sold-out appearance at Souls 2004 – a benefit concert at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre taking place on April 24. Organised by [a], the event aims to raise awareness for the Armenian Genocide of 1915 and all other historical genocidal atrocities.

Both auctions will run until April 19, closing at 7pm EST.

Blink 182 and System Of A Down are also giving fans the chance to snap up two guestlist passes for the last seven dates of their US tour (Florida’s Sound Advice Amphitheatre (May 9) through to Minneapolis’ Target Centre (May 18).

This auction will run until 7pm EST on April 22.

For full details of the auctions and the Music For Human Rights campaign, click [url=]here.