Every Biffy Clyro Album, Ranked From Worst to Best

One of the biggest bands to ever hail from Scotland, Ethan, Jake, Liam and Oli bash their heads together to rank the bearded rockers extensive discography.

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Album Review: Could It Be Different by The Spook School

The Edinburgh outfit release their best work yet as they join a new label.

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A Flash Flood Of Changes: Stop The Rain Interview

Exciting things are happening for Stop The Rain: Gregor checks in with the Perth band to see what that may entail.

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Album Review: The Age of Absurdity by Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons

Heavily influenced but still a journey and a half, Phil Campbell and co push themselves to the edge on their debut record.

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Looking Back At…Opposites by Biffy Clyro

As the dust has settled and the band’s stratospheric rise has proven to be no mere fluke, Oli celebrates Biffy’s colossal album’s birthday.

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Butlerism: How to Review a Gig

Just how does Oliver Butler write those damn good reviews, like he wrote this excerpt? All is revealed in this week’s column.

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Top 10 Bring Me The Horizon Tracks

Versatile and varied, Gregor dives into the Sheffield band’s discography to find their 10 best tracks.

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Album Review: i can feel you creep into my private life by tUnE-yArDs

With a new twist on their established sound, how do the duo handle things on their new LP?

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EP Review: Belle and Sebastian – How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 2)

Despite a gradual descent into middle age, the second installment of Belle & Sebastian’s latest EP trilogy demonstrates a youthful, devil-may-care attitude

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