Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro tugs at your emotions

George Treviranus, Editor

The new release is a monster. Over 20 tracks and an impressive range in style. From the harder songs like “Biblical” and “Little Hospitals” you get a sense of passion and intensity.

Then, the softer, more repressed connotations of “Black Chandelier” and “Stingin’ Belle.”

A album does bring some pleasant surprises too, with the soft horn in “Spanish Radio” which sets a great tone for the rest of the track. It’s certainly a stand-out piece.

One of Biffy Clyro’s best assets is the vocals and range. You will like this album if you’ve liked their previous releases; and you’ll have plenty to choose from, at that.