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Fighting With Wire On Cock And Bull TV

Fighting With Wire perform 'I Am Ursus' for Cock and Bull TV

Fighting With Wire In AU Gig Guide

Fighting With Wire play Belfast on February 16th.

Hot Press Magazine Review STA Showcase

'Close the eyes and you can you could be stage left at some Foos stadium gig.'

Fighting With Wire In Today's Daily Mirror

The Daily Mirror talk to Cahir about upcoming tour and album news.

AU Magazine Tickets Giveaway

Want to get tickets to tomorrow's Smalltown America / 4+ showcase in Dublin? AU Magazine have the solution.

STA Showcase Featured In Hot Press Magazine

'The Crawdaddy has teamed up with independent record labels to bring a series of low price, high quality gigs to the Harcourt St. venue.'

Fighting With Wire Back On Tour

Fighting With Wire announce new tourdates with post-hardcore heroes Helmet!

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire Supporting Helmet

"A giant pig man attacking the audience?! We're not quite sure how to follow that!" - Cahir

Cahir Talks To AU Magazine At SXSW 2010

"Weirdest moment so far was watching Jamie King [bass], out of his mind, start a moshpit at a rave." - Cahir

Cahir Talks To The Derry Journal About Fighting With Wire's Upcoming Performance At SXSW 2010

"The second album is already turning into our 'Chinese Democracy'." - Cahir

Spinner Magazine - SXSW 2010 Interview

"I like Erasure, have you ever heard of them? I was into that sort of a thing when I was younger. I would be in a drunken state at parties and get really into it, and people would take photos and blackmail me."

Rock Sound Review FWW @ Sonisphere

Hell-bent On Ripping Rock A New Asshole

Filter Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

Any of these cuts could, sonically, come from the Foo’s 'Colour and the Shape'...This is visceral, aggressive and the whimsy is twisted with subtlety, making tracks such as “Everyone Needs a Nemesis” and “Long Distance” undeniable.' - 82%

IMRO Interview Fighting With Wire

"It's reassuring to know that Fighting With Wire are flying the flag for hook-laden, head-spinning riffola."

ALT At The ASIWYFA Vs FWW Show Down

We'll have to call it draw. A great evening, fantastic bands, and a good night to be Northern Irish indeed.

FWWs' 'Man Vs Monster' Set To Be A Hit?

"what Foo Fighters would sound like if they rocked just a little harder and displayed a bit more post-hardcore influence."

Alternative Press Feature FWW

"A few years back, we were going to do one more tour and then pack it in..."

Alternative Press Talk To FWW's Cahir

"Three Irish shits trying to sell that back to Americans 15 years down the line; you know, I'm not really sure how that will go down." - Cahir O' Doherty

Music News Live Review Of Fighting With Wire

'If 2009 doesn’t yield immense success for this band, there’s really no justice – or point actually' - 5/5

FWW's "Sugar" No.1 In MTV2 Charts

Fighting With Wire Start 2009 with a bang

Muze On FWW's "Sugar"

'"Sugar" underlines the Derry three-piece’s position as the band to watch in 2009.'

CD Times Review "Sugar"

'I'd give it another listen if I hadn't already ripped my own eardrums out the first time around'

Click Music Review "Sugar"

'Delightfully tuneful ear-bashing' - 3/5

The Line Of Best Fit Live Review Of FWW

'Tunes and passion in abundance'

Beat Surrender Review "Sugar"

'This might just be down to the choice of single and I’m sure within the context of anal bum it may be better, for now though I’m not convinced' - 2/5 [Really don't know what that comment means...]

KISS FM On FWW

'Punchy, spirited, no holds barred alt-rock.'

Rock Midgets Review "Sugar"

'Don't be surprised if they get their just desserts soon enough. - 4/5

The Ulster Star Review 'Sugar'

'Lyrically introspective, a band to watch in 2009'

IMRO Review FWW's "Sugar"

'Lyrically introspective, "Sugar" showcases the band at its melodic best'

Die Shellsuit Die Live Review Of FWW

'When looking at front man, Cahir; it’s hard to believe that such a delightful roar could come from a guy who looks charming enough to take home to meet your grandma without fear of frightening her to death' - 8/10

Daily Music Guide Live Review Of FWW

'Unpretentious, animated and even more enjoyable live than on record' - 3.5/ 5

The Daily Record Review FWW Live

'Fighting With Wire may only be a trio, but their melodic rock still managed to pack a powerful punch'

FWW IS The Irish Times' 'Gig Of The Week'

'The Derry rockers treated a blokey audience to 50 minutes of tight-as-a-tax-exile high energy northern rock, which was far more enjoyable than the bank of the same name.'

State Magazine Review FWW In Dublin

'With a cache of quality tunes, a major label deal in the bag and a sojourn in the USA on the horizon, Fighting With Wire seem destined for greater things '

Drop - D Magazine Feature On FWW

'What Rock 'n' Roll is really all about'

Soundshock Live Review Of FWW & LaFaro

'Fighting With Wire is a band that knows how to impress a crowd in every way.'

FWW's Cahir Q & A For The Irish Daily Star

"I get the bus from Derry to Belast quite a lot. Loads of mavericks on buses" - Cahir

BBC Across The Line Live Review Of FWW

'Cahir is already our own little rock god in waiting'

State Magazine & Panama Kinggs On FWW's Success

'It's been a long time since Ireland produced a top flight rock band, but the wait is finally over.'

FWW Feature In The Big List

The Big List talk about the success of 'Man Vs. Monster' and Fighting With Wire's upcoming show with LaFaro.

Jamie King Book Review

Fighting WIth Wire's Jamie King does a book review for the Belfast Telegraph. Random, but insightful...

Entertainment.ie Interview FWW's Cahir

"Record deals don't matter, good music matters" - Cahir

Hot Press Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Unrelenting hard rock debut from Derry's answer to the Foos' - 2.5/5

Review Of FWW Supporting Biffy Clyro

'With their punchy guitar sound, melodic choruses and immense stage presence, these guys certainly confirmed why they are one of the most hard working bands in Northern Ireland.' The Big List review Fighting With Wire supporting Biffy Clyro in Belfast.

Go Join A Band!

I've always been an advocate of Northern Irish bands, and I've seen so many great bands that broke up never getting their dues.

FWW Are Ones To Watch In 09

Having DJ Zane Lowe as one of their biggest fans was definitely a highlight of 2008 as Cahir explained. "We were totally blown away when he played our stuff and said how much he liked it."

The Evening Echo Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'An album that really brings rock back to its moshing roots' - 4/5

The Big List Talk To FWW's Cahir

"Playing for Jetplane Landing, I realised there hadn't been a big band from Northern Ireland since Ash and that really annoyed me. When we came back from England, I wanted Northern Ireland to have a scene like the old Seattle scene." - Cahir

Culture NI Interview With FWW's Cahir

"We don’t follow any fashion trends. I mean I’m still wearing the same coat for the last seven years!" - Cahir O'Doherty