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Impact Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'All in all a musical tour de force which will have you convulsed in a paroxysm of wrath, tears and glory' - 5/5

Irish News Talks To FWW's Cahir About Signing To Atlantic Records

'Man Vs Monster is the best honest-to-goodness alternative rock record to come out of Northern Ireland since Therapy's 'Troublegum''

Fighting With Wire Tour With Get Cape

Subbacultcha Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

A rousing debut from the Derry trio' - 3/5

Drowned In Sound Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Perhaps the time is finally right for Fighting With Wire to take centre-stage' - 8/10

In The News Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'A frenetic and buzz-paced collection'

Kerrang! Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'As debuts go, this is an absolute corker' - KKKK

Road Records Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Extra heavy Foo Fighters with tons of added punk rock attitude'

Kerrang! Review FWW Live

'Derry's Fighting With Wire play like they're already headlining stadiums' - KKKK

Sounds Of Violence Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'propose l’un des meilleurs albums, car complet et personnel, de ce début d’année' - 4.5/5

Fighting With Wire - Man Vs Monster - OUT TOMORROW

"...a Pixies moment here and a Therapy? moment there – for fans of Jimmy Eat World, Biffy Clyro and such, intelligent indie guitar rock with something to hang on to..."

MusicNews.com Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'With the vocal urgency of a modern day Phil Lynott and a guitar attack that Dave Grohl would easily endorse, 'Man Vs. Monster' is a relentless power.'

Music News Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Man Vs. Monster is an ear splitting and controlled triumph' - 3/5

Kerrang! Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Fighting With Wire have the melody and the hooks, but there's a backbone of solid rock holding it all together to brilliant effect...As debut's go, this is a corker.' - 4/5

Albums You Should By This Month And A Studio Update From Alan MX

I Can't Think Of A Witty Subject Line Because It's 12:15am

Rock Sound Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Sounding like Foo Fighters circa 1995...'Man Vs Monster' is a solid album with strong, sing-along hooks and enough substance and weight to please most' - 8/10

AU Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'A huge-sounding, balls-to-the-wall guitar record at a time when weve never needed one more' - 9/10

Rock Sound Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Hooks big enough to land a sperm whale'

Fighting With Wire - Tour, Single, Zane Lowe, Your Photos!

To coincide with the tour we'll be issuing the very first single from 'Man Vs Monster', in the shape of a 7" vinyl of 'Everyone Needs A Nemesis'.

ZL Hearts FWW

"radios up, no excuses, GO!"

Organ Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

Intelligent indie guitar rock with something to hang on to'

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire And And So I Watch You From Afar

'Fighting With Wire play like they're already headlining stadiums. With their grungy crunch and arsenal of big fuck off choruses it would be a travesty if that dream didn't become destiny.' - 4/5

FWW's Cahir Talks To The Derry Journal About Signing To Atlantic Records

“Imagine, a team of mad Derry boys in New York, negotiating a record deal with one of the biggest labels in the industry - it’s hilarious! It was so completely random but worth every single minute” - Cahir

Awesome February News Deluge

"This is the hottest record in the world right now... "Everyone Needs A Nemesis" - the most pitch perfect example of a modern rock record you're likely to hear this year." Zane Lowe on FWW

Kick Out The Jams/Everyone Needs A Heineken

The Fly Magazine Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'A well-tamed beast that explodes at just the right times under guidance from it's masters'

The Fly Magazine Review ASIWYFA & FWW Live

'Loud and melodic, with each track slowly erupting to a powerful crescendo, sometimes it feels like the soundtrack to every tragic film scene'

First National Radio Play For FWW

Zane Lowe has picked up on album track "Everyone Needs A Nemesis" and is blasting it on his Fresh Meat Segment.

NI Hearts STA

Public Service Broadcast 9 featuring Let Our Enemies Beware has been getting plenty of spins on Irish radio over the last week

Press Release - Fighting With Wire 'Man Vs Monster' - Release Date 03.03.08

"...vicious and stinging in parts, but applied with dexterity and finesse" Kerrang!

2007 Was The Year That Saw...

Tom Morello Eats Cahir's Dust: Jetplane Landing released third album, Backlash Cop to a hailstorm of Rage Against The Machine comparisons. NME gave it 3/10; but we stayed up all night and manged rearrange the review copy to generate the 'This Album Is The Shit' strap-line.

FWW Number 4 in AU's 'Top 10 Most Wanted 2007'

'To lose one bass player is careless, but five . . . Jamie King is the last in a long line of four-stringers.'

STA Autumn-Winter Collection 2008

Loads and loads and loads of new music!

Public Service Broadcast #6 -AU Review

Just buy it. It's that simple.

Public Service Broadcast #6 - Review From Drowned In Sound

So, should you buy their latest release? Of course you should! Allow us to convince you...

Public Service Broadcast #6 Review by Kissing Just for Practice

How did you first discover your favourite band?

Rocksound Reviews 'Public Service Broadcast #4' - 8/10

"The Best New Band Party In The World...Ever!"

'To Hell With' Review 'Public Service Broadcast #4'

'A truly remarkable and applaudable job'

Leaked Albums Review 'Public Service Broadcast #4'

'If you do one good deed this week, month or year then go out and buy this record'

Splendid Zine Reviews 'Public Service Broadcast #3'

When is a sampler not a sampler?

The Most Important Collection Of Songs You Will Pick Up At Your Nearest Merch Table

''Fighting with Wire soon appear with what can only be described as magic...''- Drowned in Sound