New Album Review: Biffy Clyro – Opposites

Biffy Clyro

Freddie Matthews writes from London about the album 'Opposites' a  studio album by Biffy Clyro an alternative rock band from Ayrshire  Scotland.
  English: Scottish musician Simon Neil of Biffy...
English: Scottish musician Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro circa 2003. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) More than ten years ago Biffy Clyro released their first bits of music which according to Freddie Mathews was "metal prog-punk" the last 3 breakthrough albums were very good too.

  Biffy Clyro - Puzzle
Biffy Clyro - Puzzle (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Considering guitar bands are becoming more prominent in UK music history, and like the The Smashing Pumpkins Biffy Clyro are helping guitar musics popularity grow.

Matt Cardle
Matt Cardle (Photo credit: Beacon Radio)   
The X-Factor helped Matt Cardle and he sang a song by Biffy Clyro called Many Of Horror but you might not of heard of this track because it is now called When We Collide.


Things have changed according to Freddie because the sales of vinyl LP with two sides to every record have changed the way the music is marketed, played and sold.

  Many of Horror

Many of Horror (Photo credit: Wikipedia) On this album you will enjoy Ben Johnston’s drumming and  Simon Neil’s guitar and they are very friendly with U2 now called  The Edge.

English: Ben Johnston drumming for Biffy Clyro...
English: Ben Johnston drumming for Biffy Clyro at the Hammersmith Apollo in May 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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