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...these five guys are firm favorites of mine as they always manage to put the tick in just about every box that you could ask a band to tick! Professional and charismatic in their every action, writers and performers of catchy and competent songs and clearly committed to what they do, makes this band always an absolute pleasure to watch.
Fast-rising Shropshire band Fight the Dice are dangerously close to becoming one of the Midlands finest new acts. They are certainly one of the most talked about."
...tonight's set was once again a pleasure to hear and watch. These guys just seem to be going from strength to strength so roll on 2014 and all that I'm sure it is destined to bring for Fight The Dice."
It's cool, I'll definitely consider it for the show."
Fight The Dice are not a boyband who happen to play guitars. This is gutsy in your face guitar music."
2012 has already been an interesting year for Telford musicians Fight The Dice, who in the short span of six months have gone from being a band you’ve heard of, to a band you really don’t want to miss seeing. With the blazing union of guitars courtesy of Jack Turner and Tom Worrall, these guys bring about a full on edgy rock sound, which is more than ably blessed with the radiant vocals of Ben Jackson."
This is absolutely spot on my personal taste, it's really catchy too. I'm gonna have it running through my head all day, the production is excellent as well. It's like a cross between You Me At Six and Muse."
Oh Me, Oh My is a pleasing and skilful piece of rock that only goes to reinforce the rising opinion and success of Fight The Dice."
...a loud, proud in your face sound that’ll leave you peeling yourself from the wall. ... The track has driving beats, hard hitting guitars, call and response riffs, a massive hook-laden chorus and oodles of attitude. Bad Decisions has everything you could possibly demand from a band of this nature, it’s instant, it’s catchier than a bout of the clap in a brothel and demands constant repeat plays."
...it has you intrigued and makes you wonder when they will be releasing more of their fabulous music."
A melodic pop-rock song brimming with confidence and catchy guitar riffs. ...quite refreshing in a day when many bands are being so over-produced."
Fight the Dice have it going on - 5 lads who can play tremendously, interact well on stage together and I imagine attract the hearts of every school girl - it's a formula that can't fail - excellent work!"
At nearly 10.30pm you’d think Fight the Dice would have a difficult task in being able to keep a fairly tired audience entertained. This is, however, NOT the case. They come on stage with as much energy as if they were first on and show they enjoy being onstage which the audience soaks up with delight ... They get the perfect balance of performing and interacting with the crowd and get them to sing along to their songs with ease."