Biffy Clyro - A Celebration of Endings
Aug 28, 2020
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"Using some more contemporary influences, A Celebration of Endings is, in a nutshell, yet another rock, pop and punk album. On the one hand, this is good since this new set of songs by the Scottish band is able to transmit a very entertaining energy, however, on the other hand, the album doesn’t go far beyond the same sound that most people have been used to hearing for years. Mixing guitars with rhythms and sweet hooks while drums are dancing casually with synthesizers and samples in the background, Biffy Clyro’s new album delivers something decent that pleases, but still usual and generic. As much as the band was rated as an experimentalist during a period of their life, in Celebration they seem to forget the positive side of taking risks and chooses to remain in an already known environment, just playing with what is considered to be safe and sure. Thus, although Celebration presents some really captivating and striking points, most of the songs here are the classic generic pop-rock tracks that are very forgettable and saturated."

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