Infinity Land (studio album) by Biffy Clyro

Infinity Land by Biffy Clyro
Year: 2004
Release date: 2004-10-03
Overall rank: 5,418th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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74/100 (from 60 votes)
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Infinity Land is ranked 4th best out of 19 albums by Biffy Clyro on

The best album by Biffy Clyro is Only Revolutions which is ranked number 2319 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 695.

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From 08/05/2020 11:37
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Infinity Land is the last of Biffy Clyro's post-hardcore LPs before their shift into alternative rock, and it's also the most melodic and stylistically coherent of the three albums the band released during this era. From raging energy to touching calmness, Biffy Clyro seeks to tell their stories in more accessible ways, without losing their credibility. The rhythms and styles remind me of both hardcore and punk but also funk and grunge.
Overall, this is a pretty enjoyable album, with fine guitar play and great vocals. Most songs are perfectly passable, but there are no big standouts like on earlier records.
After a perfectly fine and interesting first half, something weird happens in the second half. This is where the hardcore influences truly shine through, and there are no enjoyable tracks here. This second half alone sinks the album.
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From 02/16/2018 18:57
Extremely consistent record, doesn't have my favourite Biffy songs, but never falls short. Jaggy Shake is a piece of brilliant craziness.
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From 09/14/2015 21:21
Infinity Land is definitely Biffy's best record to the date, just before they decided to leave their Post-Hardcore sound they released this, their craziest, most inventive, experimental and diverse album. Again, me, as a person who HATES screams and Post-Hardcore, can't stop at loving this album, every bit of it, even the ones where Mr. Simon Neil screams as if somebody was freaking torturing him (See There's no such thing as a jaggy snake).

This album is really diverse, flirting with electronic music (The intro of glitter and trauma) and also with reggae (My recovery Injection), the piano song The Atrocity, etc...

Even the track "The weapons are concealed" feels like it could be the opener to some kind of bizarre TV show and yet it still is a great track with lots of energy...

And when you think the album is over, the disturbing "Tradition Feed" starts to sound as a hidden track. This album it's just great, and definitely Biffy's best... and one of the best albums of the 2000's. Totally recommended, although I really recommend to have got into some of Biffy's music before.

Best Track(s): The whole album... although the complete standout is There's no Such Man as crasp/thing as a Jaggy Snake
Worst Track: The Atrocity
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From 09/09/2015 13:17
Most solid and diverse Biffy Clyro album. I recommend this to everyone who likes the genre. Give it a good listen and you will love it!
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