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Weekend Heavy Metal: Metallica, Big Business, Queensryche

It’s the weekend and you should be sleeping, but in case you’re in front of a computer working, or just can’t sleep, well, here’s a round-up of some of our finer moments this week.

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+ Coliseum (at left) talked about some DIY ethics.

+ Geoff Tate of Queensryche explains the concept behind ‘American Soldier.’

+ Brian Fair from Shadows Fall spoke about their new album.

+ Kirk Hammett of Metallica told Noisecreep his dream picks for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

+ Coady Willis from Big Business talked to us about vinyl, touring, and loud amps.

+ Coalesce wrote an EP while at Scion Fest, and Sean Ingram tells us about it.

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