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More Than Conquerors Feature In Kerrang!

Belfast alt. punk-rockers who play every show like it's their last.

Kerrang! Give Jetplane Landing's Album 'Don't Try' 5Ks

"This, folks, is the greatest comeback in history since a pre-grill George Foreman became heavyweight champion of the world."

Northern Irish Punks Make A Big Entrance

"...inventive and punishing in equal measure, by any standards an exceptional debut as it swerves between aggression and melody. KKKK"

Axis Of Feature in New Kerrang! Issue

Lifehammer is a great song, And Axis Of are a great band.

Kerrang Give Bronx, Single Mothers And Axis Of Show KKKK

"The tour is a good fit for their breakneck punk..."

Axis Of Feature In Kerrang's! Anarchy In The UK

Axis Of feature in Kerrang's! Map of UK new rock sounds.

Kerrang! Introduce Axis Of

"Blown away punters have been caught by the lure of Axis Of's splendidly frenetic, chaotic live performances."

Axis Of Kerrang Podcast

Axis of talk influences, sweat, gigs and song titles.

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire Supporting Helmet

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

LaFaro Album Launch - KKKK

Kerrang! Review LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut

'Summoning the spirit of Seattle circa 1990, this debut album from Northern Irish quartet LaFaro is a thing of rampant power and joy.'

ASIWYFA Kerrang! Feature

"Who is really going to be interested in four creeps"

Kerrang! Talk To ASIWYFA's Rory Friers

"Who is really going to be interested in four creeps playing heavy instrumental music?" - Rory

Kerrang! Review FWW XFM Session

'Colossal melody hooking in your brain and determinedly dragging it wherever it feels like going.'

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire Supporting You Me At Six

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

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire At Reading & Leeds Festival 2008

'Pausing only to offer some, ahem, condolences on the break up up of Reverend And The Makers, The Irish lads simply cannot fail.' - 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."

Kerrang! Interview FWW's Cahir

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

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

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'

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

Cahir's Favourite Shit In Kerrang!

"The one about the boy who is lying on his bed furiously jerking off..." - Cahir

Kerrang! On Fighting With Wire's BBC Radio 1 Session

'Like Foo Fighters and Dinosaur Jr losing a fight to Million Dead.'

Kerrang! Review Fighting With Wire's Radio 1 Session

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

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.'

Kerrang! Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

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

Kerrang! Review FWW Live

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

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

Kerrang! Review ASIWYFA's Debut Album

'It's rare for a body of work to be so dreamy and elegiac yet conversely monstrously heavy' - KKKK

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

Derry-London DIY Mavericks Return With Ambitious Concept Album: JPL

4/5 - Dripping with fervent soul... Backlash Cop is a brave and rewarding departure

The Backlash Is Building - Kerrang! Feature - Buy Backlash Cop

'The sound of a band in peak form...' Rock Sound - 8/10

Kerang! Give JPL KKKK FOr Truck Festival Performance

'The front row sing along to virtually every word' - KKKK

'Bucko' - Out Now

"Did they really just fit all of that into half an hour? What’s that ringing in my ear? Where am I? Fuck me, that was brilliant." - Rocksound Album Of The Month

Kerrang! Reviews 'Just Like I Got Used To Saying Courtney Cox Arquette' - KKKK

"Scots quartet Fickle Public come on like early Idlewild mixed with prime Fugazi"

Kerrang! Live Review Of Fickle Public

'Like Fugazi, Seafood and The Undertones knocking baskets in a Glaswegian off-license'

Kerrang! Reviews 'Public Service Broadcast #7' - 3/5

"Budget priced new band compilation"

Els Quatre Gats Review From Kerrang!

''A flurry of blistering, spiked riffs''- Kerrang!

Do It Yourself & Do It Now!

Jetplane Landing talk about new guitarist Cahir.

Kerrang Review Jetplane Landing's 'Zero For Conduct'

A melody to die for KKKKK

Irish Trio Rock A Packed London Toilet

'You wont see a tighter, puncher tree-piece on this side of the pond.'- Kerrang!