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5.0 out of 5 stars
High flyers Biffy Clyro make another step to greatness, 10 Oct. 2004
This is the 3rd album from the scot-rockers and is arguably there best yet.
The dark tones and screaming ensure this is definantly not a mainstream album but provide more material for existing biffy fans or for anyone interested in listening to the uprise of whats surely one of Britains best band's.
The quirkiness and pressision of the music is incredible and the vocals from all 3 members create an original and epic sound.
The album drifts between accesible singles, such as 'My recovery injection'and 'glitter and trauma' and the heavy, crunching guitar provided by Simon Neil on tracks like 'There no such thing as a jaggy snake' and the eery 'wave upon wave upon wave upon wave'.
Infinity land shows the progression Biffy Clyro have made musically from their past material (which is really says something) with all their charm still intact.