Review : BIFFY CLYRO - Puzzle
Sputnikmusic.comOf late, Biffy Clyro have been receiving much attention in the British media, thanks to a string of high-profile support slots and the top 20 success of singles Saturday Superhouse and Living is a Problem Because Everything Dies. Accordingly, anticipation for parent album Puzzle is at fever pitch. However, the comparative restraint – read: disappointing lack of ideas – displayed on Superhouse, Living is a Problem and last year’s download-only offering Semi-Mental may have led to commercial acceptance, but it has also brought fierce criticism from long-term fans....full text
MusicOMH.comWith every Biffy Clyro release, there is the unerring excitement of not knowing what to expect. This at times feels perverse, as the Kilmarnock trio remain unquestionably a melodic-grunge band, and in all likelihood will remain this way always. But it is the ways in which the band find new and bafflingly brilliant ways to deliver their material, that is the driving force behind their continuing rise to stardom....full text
Times OnlineHuge at home, the Scottish trio’s first album in three years includes several intriguing moments, such as the off-kilter rock ballad Living is a Problem Because Everyone Dies and the thumping hit single Saturday Superhouse. Though long plagued by Nirvana comparisons, their soft-loud style here owes more to Queens of the Stone Age, especially on the catchy Semi-Mental. This is a convincing rock album, probably their best yet....full text
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