Glyn to leave Triaxis

Triaxis have announced that Glyn Williams has decided to move on from his shredding duties with the band. A post on their Facebook page reads:  It brings us great sadness to announce that guitarist Glyn Williams will be leaving Triaxis… Continue Reading

Jo Stevens’ letter of objection to Womanby Street development.

Our favourite Labour MP has shared a letter that she sent opposing the planned development next door to Clwb Ifor Bach on Womanby Street.   Dear Sir/Madam, 17/00361/MJR | DEMOLITION OF EXISTING COMMERCIAL UNIT & ERECTION OF NEW BUILD DEVELOPMENT… Continue Reading

Full Moon Club closes its doors

Womanby Street has lost one of the clubs that was under threat of closure thanks to the lack of interest from Cardiff City Council. The Full Moon has been forced to close its doors. Their statement on Facebook reads: It… Continue Reading

Help For Heroes IV announced.

Following on from three very successful all-day gigs raising funds for Help For Heroes, we have a fourth installment at Fuel Rock Club in June 2017. One for your diaries! The ever-popular Help for Heroes Official Charity Rock Gig is… Continue Reading

Triaxis part ways with Drummer

Triaxis have announced on Twitter and Facebook that they have parted ways with their drummer. All announced gigs will continue to take place. We are sad to announce that Triaxis have parted ways with drummer Gareth Arlett. We thank Gareth… Continue Reading

Craig Williams supports our campaign

Metal Wales has received a reply from Craig Williams, MP for Cardiff North in respect to the situation with Womanby Street. Thanks for the email about Womanby Street. I fully appreciate your concerns, I agree that special designation is needed… Continue Reading

Brexit forces giants to cancel touring plans

The triggering of Article 50 has caused some of the biggest bands in the world to consider cancelling gigs in the UK. A number of bands have expressed doubts over the costs involved in touring in the United Kingdom, doubling without… Continue Reading

Statement from Fuel

Rob Toogood, operator and owner of Fuel Rock Club on Womanby Street has released a statement in respect to the Noise Complaint received against the club by a new resident in the area. This complaint could be utterly devastating for… Continue Reading

Cardiff Council reply

Sooooooo… Cardiff City Council have responded to a query from Wales Online who asked for comment in respect to the Save Womanby Street campaign. Cardiff Council has responded to Wales Online’s request for comment of which part is featured above. We… Continue Reading

Save Womanby Street

The campaign has begun to save Womanby Street for music. Its cultural significance in Cardiff is under threat from residential development and noise concerns. “SAVE WOMANBY STREET” LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO PROTECT CULTURAL HUB. CAMPAIGNERS are calling on Cardiff Council to… Continue Reading