Biffy Clyro Album Release Date

2012-09-30 by julien | 15 Comments
Scottish band Biffy Clyro have announced the release date of their upcoming studio effort entitled
"Opposites".
The double album will be out on January 28th, 2013 and will be comprised of two ten song discs. A DVD will
also be available, which will contain a 'making of' documentary.
Tracklistings and further information can be found below:

http://www.nme.com/news/biffy-clyro--2/66182

Tagged: Biffy Clyro

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zxlkho
September 30th 2012
3478 Comments


cool i guess

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
September 30th 2012
7491 Comments


Bit apprehensive about this. Stingin' Belle was a bit average and double albums rarely work out.

Sciroccu
September 30th 2012
807 Comments


"Bit apprehensive about this, and double albums rarely work out."
true, so am I...

henryChinaski
September 30th 2012
2924 Comments


Cool beans

Digging: Violent Soho - Hungry Ghost

Ikarus14
September 30th 2012
562 Comments


Bitchin'

NorwichScene
September 30th 2012
1555 Comments


Band has gone downhill in my view, maybe as they have become more popular the songs have become more mainstream. Infinitely Land and Blackened Sky were the best

Digging: Every Time I Die - From Parts Unknown

Phideaux
September 30th 2012
1656 Comments


Only Revolutions is my favorite album by these guys so for me they seem to be heading in a good direction.

NorwichScene
September 30th 2012
1555 Comments


It's prob just me. I have friends who think they are huge Biffy fans yet hadn't even heard of them until their 4th album

turnip90210
September 30th 2012
327 Comments


Not just you. Puzzle was bad. OR was worse. Sputnik negged my OR review into oblivion because I dared to write that that the music at hand was drivel. I still think it's drivel btw.

There's 4 other new songs being played live, and there's some good quality versions on YT. They sound like OR b-sides, and that makes me happy (as the b-sides were less despicable than the album proper). Sure, it's still not the same Biffy we love for their pre-Puzzle output... but what can we do.

WhiteNoise
September 30th 2012
3269 Comments


Band is extremely hit or miss... I don't think now is the time for a double album.

blastOFFitsPARTYtime
October 1st 2012
1477 Comments


Their debut's still their best effort IMO.

julien
October 1st 2012
75 Comments


"Their debut's still their best effort IMO"

I completely agree, Blackened Sky is great and Vertigo of Bliss is also quite good. We'll see what happens with this one...

Aids
October 1st 2012
24170 Comments


Only Revolutions was so boring ...fuk

not gonna bother with this

Digging: Waxahatchee - Ivy Tripp

Sciroccu
October 1st 2012
807 Comments


Maybe it will be the same songs in acoustic or electric guitar...Hope so.

OneMoreRoland
October 1st 2012
1053 Comments


Puzzle is my favorite by far, but OR was average. I'm hoping for a comeback



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