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UNBLESSED, ONE of the leading bands in the Chilean underground extreme metal scene, are about to unleash their ferocious black metal/death metal fusion on Galway.
The Galway Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment has called a ‘Votes for Repeal march' to be held in the city on International Women's Day - Thursday March 8.
People Before Profit Galway will hold a fundraising table quiz this coming Monday at 7.30pm downstairs in The Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street.
Eglinton Street has many long serving restaurants to choose from, such as Maxwells and the Cellar Bar. Newer, more exotic, places such as Tomodachi Sushi Bar have lately increased the wealth of choice in the area. Zappi's, set in the sizable building that you may remember as Decobakes, is the newest of these dining options. Gone are the overpriced fondant icing and cupcake wrappers, in their place neat, red, banquette seating and blonde wood tables topped with terracotta pots of basil. This casual diner serves a wide range of traditional dishes, specialising in pizza, pasta, gelato, and classic Italian wines. Zappi's is a pleasant surprise and you get much more than you expect, many of the staff are Italian, further adding to the authentic vibe.
BLACK/DEATH metal band Coscradh have released their new EP, Of Death And Delirium, via Invictus Productions, and are now touring Ireland, taking in Galway with a gig in The Cellar Bar.
TWO OF Galway's most exhilarating metal bands and purveyors of some of the heaviest, sludgiest, contemporary stoner rock riffing human ears can bear, launch their latest releases with a gig in the city tonight.
DEATH METAL band Overoth will launch their new album The Forgotten Tome with a downstairs gig in The Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street, this Saturday from 8pm.
“QUALITY SOUL music and people having a damn good time” in a city with “a great history of soul events”. This is what DJ Paul Grant says can be expected when the Galway Bay Soul Weekender hits the city at the start of September.
"DO YOU like good music? That sweet soul music! Just as long as it's swingin'. Oh yeah, oh yeah." So declared Arthur Conley on his classic 1967 hit, 'Sweet Soul Music', and Galway is in line for plenty of that beautiful sound next month.
GEFILTE FISH and Chips, the award winning show by theatre maker, songwriter, producer, and broadcaster Daniel Cainer, opens tomorrow in The Cellar Bar, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.