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And So I Watch You From Afar Press

Terrorizer Feature ASIWYFA

"People can spot a fake a mile away."

ASIWYFA You Really Rock Hard But You Have No Singer

Interview and live video from Eurosonic 2010

ASIWYFA Take Manhattan

LaFaro / ASIWYFA In Rock Sound Festivals Review

And So I Watch You From Afar Feature In Fuck You Brussels Magazine

ASIWYFA Live From Amsterdam!

Rory ASIWYFA Talks Sonisphere

ASIWYFA Support Them Crooked Vultures!

ASIWYFA will be supporting Them Crooked Vultures on their upcoming European tour.

AU Magazine Catches Up With The NI Bands At SXSW 2010

"A crowd of 150-plus had gathered outside, it was incredible...not even our booking agent Beckie could get in." - Chris Wee

ASIWYFA Album #2 Features In Rock Sound

The Irish Independent Review ASIWYFA's Andrew's Lane Theatre Show In Dublin

'A capacity crowd is lapping up the relentless assault of cascading riffs and white noise...'

HeinekenMusic.ie Review ASIWYFA's Andrew's Lane Theatre Show In Dublin

"This music makes you wish you played guitar."

Rhythm Feature

"I'd describe our sound as more like Mars Volta, a real open-minded, progressive sound." - Chris

What Austin Thought Of ASIWYFA's SXSW 2010 Appearance

'The entire crowd erupted in micro-moshing and headbanging, transfixed by the sound.'

Austin Chronicle Review Of SXSW 2010

"The band cranked up the volume, kicked away the microphone stand and now aims its instro-rock right in the gut."

PunkMusic.com Review Of SXSW 2010

'I never knew an instrumental set could be this exciting.'

See What The Locals Think At SXSW 2010

'A blistering, deafening, yet almost hypnotic wall of instrumental guitar.'

And So I Watch You From Afar Tower Instore Photos

Rock Sound Magazine Review Of The Letters EP

"Catchy guitar riffs crashing against a heavier adaptation of the same theme."

Letters Reviewed In Rock Midgets

"...A lesson in how to stick a much needed rocket up post-rock's arse."

The Letters EP Is On A Killing Spree

"...A shape-shifting masterpiece of rhythmic and dynamic intensity."

Rory Talks To The Locals In The Run Up To SXSW 2010

"There's nothing worse than having a ghetto blaster that doesn't work for three days." - Rory Friers

ASIWYFA's Origins, Guilty Pleasures, And Memorable Moments

"The Belfast act's new EP, 'The Letters,' combines influences ranging from Fugazi to System of a Down into a unique amalgam of instrumental music that's as aggressive as it is melodic."

ASIWYFA Award Nomination's And Irish Music

"Plans for 2010?...touring or recording everyday now until the day we die. Why would we wanna do anything else?"

Tony Talks To Rock Sound Magazine

"One day there was a phallic-shaped letter which neighed like a horse when I picked it up!"

Exploding From Out Of Nowhere ASIWYFA

"...there are just three words written in big capital letters that summed up the band's performance: ROCKED IT HARD."

Choice Prize, The Letters EP

"...skilled noise-mongers..."

Letters EP 8/10

"...A four-track journey of post-metal riffs and soaring, epic song-writing."

Irish Daily Star Feature

Worth looking at just for the press shot!

Loud, Quiet, LOUDER! ATL Sounds Out ASIWYFA

"The riffs get so heavy they could soundtrack a Rage Against The Machine biopic..."

And So I Watch You From Afar RockSound Randomness

ASIWYFA: Boy, Does It Taste Good!

RockMidgets.com Review Of The Letters EP

'A lesson in how to stick a much needed rocket up post-rock's arse.'

InYourSpeakers.com - Letters - EP Review

'And So I Watch You From Afar keep nothing close to their chest or up their sleeve, everything that could be poured out is poured out in a tirade of post-rock, post-metal annihilation in an unbelievably brief sixteen minutes.'

Letters EP Spelt Out

"Some of the most brutal riffs and epic breakdowns in recent memory"

ASIWYFA Talk To The Limerick Post About 'The Letters' EP

"We are the bull, you are the china shop"

ASIWYFA, XFM And More Letters.

'This Is The Most Thrilling Racket.

And So I Watch You From Afar World Domination Plans

UK, USA, Canada, Europe and Ireland

ASIWYFA At Eurosonic

A dynamic, explosive and thrilling set.

ASIWYFA = Letters

"K Is For Killing Spree (An Ode To)" displays both both the poised focus of a metal song and the perspective of post-rocks' grander moments, and eventually culminates in an epic cascade of instrumentation that no listener will soon forget.

Letters Review By Iain Moffat.

"I think we've done something like 160 gigs this year." TW

Double-page Spread In This Week's Irish World

'The Shadows never had any problems shifting records without auld Cliff...'

ASIWYFA Are Top 10 For the Booklets' 2010 List

HeavierThanAir.com Review Of The Letters EP

"The style of ASIWYFA is as sprawling as their monicker."

USA Pick Up On ASIWYFA

"...As their finely honed, marauding riffs wind their way around the country."

ASIWYFA In Heavier Than Air Top 10

The style of ASIWYFA is as sprawling as their monicker, rooted in the vague expanse of post-rock yet constantly venturing into more indie rock territory occupied by the likes of Minus The Bear and Battles

200 Top Albums (2000-2009) #50 - And So I Watch You From Afar

ASIWYFA Xmas Bash

"A giant screen broadcasts images ranging from a scratchy Blair Witch style version of their logo, and The Machine has a slightly disturbing Santa."

ASIWYFA: Green & Live's 4th Best Album Of 2009

ASIWYFA's Tony On The Band's Debut Ulster Hall Show

"Wright is unlikely to be reaching for the Kleenex anytime soon."