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NA CRUITHNE, the folk-metal sextet, who fuse groove and black metal with the traditional musics of Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany, launch their debut album, Gairm an Fhiantais, with a concert next week.
POST-ROCK, indie-rock, jazz, metal, hardcore, and avant-garde all fuse brilliantly in the music of The Redneck Manifesto, arguably Ireland's greatest post-rock band. With the band touring this month, and rumours of new material on the way, we present a 'Best Of' the Dublin quintet's work to date:
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AN ANNUAL favourite, the Irish Baroque Orchestra’s production of Handel’s glorious masterpiece, Messiah, returns to Galway on Saturday December 10 at 7.30pm, with the work directed by the artistic director of the Irish Baroque Orchestra, Monica Hugget, world renowned for her expressive and impassioned performances.
MARES OF DIOMEDES, the doom/fuzz/sludge metal band are back in Galway this weekend, having just released a new split record with Copenhagen based purveyors of bleak doom, Dreich.
TRASH METAL, sludge metal, prog and punk from Poland, Dublin, and Galway will be heard loud and unleashed when Terrordome, Snowblind, Ten Ton Slug, and Psychopigs, play the next Hexen Haus gig.
BLOOD THREAD will bring their bone crushing, modern, death metal to Galway next week for what will be the Scottish band's first appearance in this city, accompanied by Words That Burn, who are also making their Galway debut.
GALWAY STONER rock/metal band Harvester and Edinburgh doom/black metal quartet Dvne, will tour Ireland next week, with both bands playing Galway city at the start of the tour.
Truck manufacturer, MAN, is set to enter the light van market for the first time with the launch of its new TGE model, due to premier at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hannover this month.
THE FEAST nights of metal, punk, and math-rock in the Róisín Dubh celebrat's its second anniversary with a show by the forward-thinking British post-rock trio Alright The Captain.