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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.
CONJURING FATE, the County Antrim power metal quintet, who have won notice across Ireland for their scintillating and high octane live shows, will make their Galway debut when they play the city next week.
BLACK METAL, death metal, experimental, dark ambient, and noise musics will reverberate throughout the city centre as the Galway Dark Arts Festival 2017 descends this weekend to shroud all in its black cloak.
OF VIRTUE, the metalcore/ambient band from Lansing, the capital of the US state of Michigan, make their Irish debut when they play The Cellar Bar tomorrow night.
THE NEW, the old, and the heaviest descend on Galway this weekend for the city's Doom Metal festival, Walpurgis Night VI, with gigs from Graveyard Dirt, Soothsayer, and Genuflection.
FROM AWARD winning thrillers, to examinations of modern Japanese youth, to a film about the most famous Japanese metal band you have never heard of - the ninth annual Japanese Film Festival has it all.
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.
TEN TON SLUG, the Connemara metal band formed by brothers Sean and Micheál Ó Suilleabhain, are one of only two Irish metal acts playing the prestigious Bloodstock Open Air, one of the biggest heavy metal festivals in Britain.
TWO TRIBUTE bands, both celebrating outfits whose music is firmly located at the heavy end of the spectrum, albeit in different ways, come to Monroe's Live this month, for shows that will surely appeal to metal heads and alternative rockers alike.
NOT SINCE the days when angry young men stomped the streets, loudly declaring "The seventies will be socialist!", and their more cerebral brethren reclined on cushions in patchouli soaked rooms, stoned out of their minds to Pink Floyd and Genesis, have beards been so predominant.