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Rock Sound Magazine Live Review Of FWW & General Fiasco

"I fingered Madonna" - Cahir 'Aggressive and honest' - Rock Sound - 8/10

NME 'Review' FWW Live

"A trainwreck of unrivalled shite" - the infamous live review!

Brum Live Review FWW

'The night ended with an awesome assault of noise that left the crowd hoarse with appreciation'

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire Supporting You Me At Six

'Think Foo Fighters at their most barn storming.' - KKKK

Cahir's Top 5 Mavericks In Kerrang!

"It's a place filled with beautiful women, but as soon as they open their mouths, it's game over."

Bham Review "All For Nothing"

'Chunky euphoric riffs'

Kerrang! Interview FWW's Cahir

"We're not interested in being famous for five minutes and fucking someone from Hollyoaks" - Cahir

Room 13 Review FWW Live At Reading & Leeds 2008

'At one stage the Irishman begins to mourn the tragic news of Reverend And The Makers breaking up, pleading his sincerity before declaring that their album was a nine carrot gold chunk of shit and did anyone actually get what they were about anyway?'

FWW's Cahir Talks To Big Cheese Magazine

"We're like a creepy travelling Irish gypsy family with songs and strange names." - Cahir

Rocksound Magazine Review Fighting With Wire's 'All For Nothing'

"Their biography says that they're from Derry, where I almost got killed once for saying 'Londonderry'." - 8/10

Exclusive Premier Of 'Sugar' By FWW

Video Exclusives Brighton Style

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire At Truck Festival 2008

'The Fighting With Wire round the rock front up with the taut riffing and melodious invention for which they are due more recognition.' - 4/5

Fighting With Wire On The Road AGAIN!

Kerrang! awards show with glitch-prog-hardcore monsters Rolo Tomassi. Pretty cool, huh?

FWW In Kerrang! Radio's Top 10

FWW's "Everyone Needs A Nemesis" in Kerrang!'s Top 10 singles you should hear NOW!

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire At Truck Festival 2008

'Fighting With Wire round the rock front up with the taut riffing and melodious invention for which they are due more recognition'

Hotter Than An Austrian Dungeon

O'Doherty's impassioned guitar freakouts on the more unconventional offerings, are both engaging and entertaining. Catch them before they explode.

ZOO Magazine Review FWW At One Big Weekend

What a bunch of tits...

Rock Sound Magazine Live Review Of FWW

"It's hotter than an Austrian dungeon in here" - Cahir

Kerrang! Review FWW At Download Festival 2008 - Saturday: Gibson Stage

'Twitchy, enveloping post-rock should have this tent rammed this time next year.' - KKKK

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire In Brighton

'"It's hotter than an Austrian dungeon in here," casually notes frontman Cahir O'Doherty to a mixture of laughter, murmurs and downright disapproval.' - 7/10

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire At Download Festival 2008

'Their twitchy, enveloping post-rock should have this tent rammed this time next year.' - 4/5

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire At Download Festival 2008

'Twitchy and enveloping' - KKKK

Norman Records On 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Seriously hook-laden rock music'

Cahir's Favourite Shit

"The one about the boy who is lying on his bed furiously jerking off with his headphones on and his eyes shut. When he opens his eyes his mum has left him a cup of tea and sandwich on the bedside table" - Cahir O'Doherty

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire's Radio 1 Session

'Sounding like Foo Fighters and Dinosaur Jr losing a fight to Million Dead'

Pure Tense:FWW Live At One Big Weekend

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire In London

'The Derry trio batter the fuck out of their instruments, attacking their set with a comparable level of honest fury, while never once losing grip on their infectious melodies and impeccable choruses.' - 4/5

Kerrang! Review FWW Live In Camden

'The Derry trio batter the fuck out of their instruments, attacking their set with a comparable level of honest fury, while never once losing grip on their infectious melodies and impeccable choruses.'

Keep Voting Fighting With Wire!

STA In Derry, FWW On MTV2

"Needless to say THEY ARE INCREDIBLY BRILLIANT."

The Dreaded Press Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

"Fighting With Wire are full of the wasps-in-the-trousers get-up-and-go that comes from throwing your heart and mind into doing something as best you can"

The Sun Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'The tug-of-war between pleasing melody and punk ferocity is superbly balanced.' - 3.5/5

The Sun Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Sweeping choruses and riffs that pack plenty of punch'

No Gimmicks: FWW At One Big Weekend

Climbing Craig McKean at One Big Weekend

Fighting With Wire Radio 1 One Big Weekend

"I think to really enjoy FWW you need to see them live! "

Rock Sound Magazine Review Man Vs. Monster

'I thought it was good, falling short of awesome...A Solid 7/10'

Vote Fighting With Wire!

Clustered alongside some fine new releases from the likes of Foals, The Futureheads and The Zutons (well, two out of three, at least!), you can vote for the band by heading over to the MTV2 Myspace page.

Classic Rock Magazine Review 'Man vs. Monster'

'Not bad, just tiresomely generic.' - 5/10

FWW In Music Week' Playlist

'Tight punchy rock'

The Subways Review 'Man Vs. Monster' In Rock Sound Magazine

'It was solid and they have a good rock sound' - Billy, The Subways - 7/10

STA Hearts Radio 1

What does that mean? Well, not only will listeners be gifted with some brilliant live session tracks, you'll also get to hear Ferris and Daniel talking about STA's past, present and future whilst spinning some tracks from some of our forthcoming releases!

Fighting With Wire And Alan MX - Live n Radio 1

This is, obviously, incredibly exciting news by itself, but here's something even more exciting.

Big Cheese Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'The most essential rock album since 'The Colour And The Shape.'

Teletext Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Raucous and splenetic' - 7/10

New Noise REview 'Man Vs. Monster'

'As good as anything Dave Grohl's men have produced in recent years'

Big Cheese Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'The most essential rock album since 'The Colour And The Shape''

Music Towers Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'With riffs as sawdust rough as anything else from the alt-rock stable on this side of the Atlantic in the last five years'

BBC Across The Line Feature On FWW

'Surprise is something that Fighting With Wire and their listeners will just have to get used to.'

Hard Rock House Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

''Man Vs Monster' is an excellent debut and one that does compliment Fighting With Wire's continuing strong live performances'

Angry Ape Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Fighting With Wire have finally officially arrived'