Triaxis were a heavy metal band from South Wales active between 2006 and 2018.

Formed in 2006, Triaxis started, as most great bands do, as a predominantly covers band with some original work in progress. With the addition of Krissie Kirby on vocals in 2007 and Owen Crawford on Bass in 2008, Triaxis began performing in earnest and penning their debut release. Triaxis self-released their first full-length album Key To The Kingdom in 2009 to critical acclaim, including plaudits from Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, and Zero Tolerance, as well as coverage and praise from many leading music websites. They also made numerous radio appearances, including airplay on Bruce Dickinson's BBC Radio 6 Rock Show

2010 saw a change to the now established line up, with Gav Owen leaving and Glyn Williams stepping into lead guitar duties.   

After headline grabbing sets at Bloodstock Open Air in 2009, a UK wide tour with a new Canadian band called Kobra and the Lotus in 2010 and Hammerfest in 2011, the band signed to Rocksector Records in 2012 to release their second album, Rage and Retribution (recorded at Foel Studios and engineered by James Stephenson of Stymphalian Productions). Once again the record gained critical acclaim, culminating in another appearance at Bloodstock Open Air (2012) performing a fully acoustic set.  Triaxis continued to tour extensively throughout the UK and Mainland Europe supporting the likes of QueensrycheBlaze Bayley, Raven, GirlSchool, Tygers of Pan Tang and more.   

Black Trinity

Their first promotional video, for the single 'Black Trinity' taken from Rage and Retribution (Dir: Adam Stevenson, ASAV), was released in 2013 and was also nominated for a Pure Rawk Award, alongside a growing number of award nominations for the band members themselves.