This May the 19th in The Cellar Bar, Galway, get set for stellar night to satisfy all tastes in Metal music!
Travelling all the way from Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A, Of Virtue set the standards in the field of powerful, progressive and melodic modern metal and metalcore. Their energetic performances have been winning over fans of all genres and continue to do so throughout the years this in turn has guaranteed them support. slots with other metal heavyweights such as Everytime I Die, The Acacia Strain.
This May 18th finally sees the band’s first ever Irish performance in Cork before heading West to Galway and North to Belfast.
Joining Of Virtue in Galway is Dundalk Alt-Metal Tour-De-Force ‘Words That Burn’.
Recently signed to Warner Chappell Music, WTB released the blistering full length
“Regret Is For The Dead”, which wowed critics and fans alike sending the album straight to number 1 in the official itunes mainstream charts surpassing the like of Beyonce’ and the Now! That’s what I call music collections!
This May sees the welcome of Words That Burn in Galway.
Also making a very welcome return are local crew, the mighty Negativ Result, who play their first Irish show this year!
Negativ Result have made a name for themselves not only locally but nationally as a force to be reckoned with with thunderous riffs and even heavier grooves.
It may be their first this but this band are always firing on all cylinders and always deliver a massive performance.
Starting the evening’s proceedings and making their Galway debut are Dublin’s young and fast rising Pain In Vain. Hot off the heels from their remarkable and critically acclaimed debut E.P “Leave Me” this band show no signs of slowing down with chaotic, electric thunderously heavy performances.
This show is brought to you by black box Booking in association with The Cranium Titanium Metal Show and FlirtFM 101.3.
For more details check out the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/112674109270228/
Venue: The Cellar Bar, Eglington St. Galway
Doors at 8:00pm.
By Trevor McCormack.