Infinity Land

Biffy Clyro - Infinity Land
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October 4, 2004 / Release Date
LP / Format
Beggars Banquet Records / Label
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Weird, erratic, random (but not the XD kind), Infinity Land would be the last record I’d recommend to first time Biffy listeners but that’s not to imply a lack of quality. Considering the underground success the band were experiencing at the time, it’s admirable that instead of going down the path they would trod half a decade later, Biffy chose to turn the dial up to 11 and make an album that, while sporadic in nature, was 100% them.
Rec Tracks:
Wave Upon Wave Upon Wave; Only One Word Comes to Mind;
There's No Such Thing As a Jaggy Snake

This guys were awesome.
This is the band's strangest album by far. Very very weird, erratic and all over the place. And it's amazing. The album starts off with fucking rave music for christ's sake! More math rock elements on this album more than any other in the band's discography, and some freaky and insane vocal delivery. Simon is purely screaming the verses on 'Jaggy Snake' and 'Strung to Your Ribcage'. Definitely not for newcomers to the band. This more random approach to album structure sometimes works against ... read more
It's unique in the best way possible
It's probably the best thing they've done, but it's still not good at all.
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Added on: October 4, 2013