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White Noise: Kix, Norma Jean, Suicidal Tendencies

Our daily collection of links from around the metal blogosphere. See something awesome? Let us know.

Does Geoff Tate of Queensryche look like Christopher Walken? We don’t think it matters, since they’re both awesome.

Kix has some tour dates lined up.

Photos of The Chariot from their video shoot for ‘Daggers.’

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, after admitting to downloading his own music, is served papers from the RIAA. On April 1. Get it?

An epic 25 minute video interview with Norma Jean.

Suicidal Tendencies updated European tour dates, and a few stops with God Forbid (without recently departed guitarist Dallas Coyle) and Municipal Waste here in the states. Watch their video for ‘You Can’t Bring Me Down’ after the jump.

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