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Like most debut albums, Biffy Clyro's Blackened Sky functions as a sort of table of contents of its creators' record collections. In the case of this promising young Scottish trio, led by singer-songwriter Simon Neil, it's a safe bet that those collections would be assembled largely of American alternative rock of the late 1980s and early 90s, with particular emphasis on Nirvana, Fugazi and the Pixies. These influences can--and often do--result in supremely dreary records, less grunge than sludge, but Biffy Clyro are a good deal cleverer than that. They have an admirable knack for building songs on unorthodox time signatures without ever sounding fussy, and are able to shift from delicately drifting melodies to full throttle rock & roll without an audible grinding of gears--"The Go-Slow" and the winningly titled "Kill The Old, Torture Their Young" are particularly noteworthy in this respect. --Andrew Mueller
no problems, very speedy delivery, excellent product, highly recommendedPublished 24 days ago by Kim
Was abit iffy about buying this album at first cause i love the sound they have with puzzle onwards and the first album always has a different sound. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Philip Herbert
The very best of Biffy! Raw Biffy, everything they should be today! Don't buy Opposites! Buy this! Peace out! ThanksPublished on 4 Aug. 2013 by Lee James Bob