Ex-Threat Signal Star Norman Killeen Dead At 38

08/30/2016
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Norman Killeen, who was the drummer for the band Threat Signal from 2007 until 2010, died last Thursday, August 25th at the age of 38, according to a family member.

A cause of death was not revealed by Killeen's brother-in-law, but Terry Fedirko, said the following (via Lambgoat), "With great sorrow and regret, Norman Killeen, my brother in-law, has tragically died yesterday at an age that is too young. As an ex-drummer for the heavy metal band Threat Signal, he lived his life in what he believed and loved.

"He left behind his sister Sherry, his father Norm, and his life long girl friend Nancy and his son Hayden. We will all sorely miss him. Now he belongs to the ages.... R.I.P.

As of early Tuesday morning, the band had not yet posted a statement on their Facebook page about Killeen's passing.

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