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WALPURGIS NIGHT was a May Day’s eve festival when witches met and held revels with their gods to stir up trouble before the spring came. Sounds like a good night to hold a metal gig.
TWENTY-NINE YEARS ago this week Ireland lost its most iconic rock musician and still greatest rock star, Phil Lynott. The Dublin singer-songwriter died on January 4 1986, but his extraordinary legacy continues and will be celebrated in Galway this week.
Two metal bands, Nautilus and Weed Priest, will be launching their new releases in the Cellar tomorrow night.
SAN FRANCISCO has long been at the forefront of alternative and underground culture in the United States, and for Deafheaven, whose sound encompasses both black metal and post-rock, the city has meant inspiration, frustration, ambition, hindrance, and realisation.
COILGUNS, THE Swiss tech/noise metal trio will headline a night of metal bands at The Cellar Bar on Tuesday October 22 from 8pm.
THE YEAR normally does not go by without the Galway Arts Centre hosting a number of music gigs, either in its HQ in Dominick Street or at the Nuns Island Theatre, but a three day music festival, focussing on indie, folk rock, and electronica, is a new departure.
SOME OF Galway’s best indie-rock and folk/roots bands will perform across three days in the Galway Arts Centre for the venue’s new music festival GAC(h) Duine.
SONGWRITER, SINGER, poet, bass player, band leader, Black Irishman, icon - Phil Lynott is all of these things and Galway will pay tribute to the late master this week.
PHIL LYNOTT, singer, songwriter, and leader of Thin Lizzy, is both an Irish and global rock icon, and Galway will celebrate his music at a special concert tomorrow.
The idea for the Cúltec Hurley came to entrepreneurs, John Grehan and Tom Wright, while playing golf in their local Birr Club.