The US rockers will join Calvin Harris and Biffy Clyro at the top of the bill
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Friday 01 October 2010
Rock trio Muse are the greatest riff merchants of the 21st century, music fans said today.
Saturday 28 August 2010
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Monday 17 May 2010
"There is no such thing as a naked man," says shirtless frontman Simon Neil, as if quoting from some mysterious book of Biffy logic.
Wednesday 31 March 2010
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Friday 19 March 2010
Wednesday 24 February 2010
Oasis are in the running for three awards at a major music event tonight - despite splitting six months ago.
Monday 25 January 2010
Oasis showed they are gone but not forgotten today after landing three nominations at the NME Awards, including best British band - despite splitting five months ago.
Tuesday 05 January 2010
Friday 06 November 2009
The progress of Ayrshire prog-metal trio Biffy Clyro demonstrates again that, outside of the short-term imperatives of Cowellised talent-show pop, the best way for a proper rock band to develop is through faith and persistence, rather than coaching and consultancy. Together since 1995, they've persevered through years of solo gigs and well-chosen support slots, building up a solid fanbase which finally expanded to chart-bothering proportions in 2007 with their fourth album Puzzle. It's an object lesson in self-determination akin to the success of Muse, with whom they share an affection for pungent riffs and quirky lyrical themes. Biffy Clyro favour the kind of abstruse non sequiturs that leave one scratching one's head. But the drift is clear: Only Revolutions is packed with violent imagery – lots of hits, bruises, shots, burns and blood, and even a track titled "Booooom, Blast & Ruin". Elsewhere, big metaphors – God and Satan, mountains and oceans - abound, decked out in suitably grandiose, constantly gear-changing pomp-metal riffs, fattened in some case with fanfaring horns or underscored with strings. The exception is the oddly-titled "Many Of Horror", an understated love song and obvious single-in-waiting; but the standout track is surely "Bubbles", to which a guesting Josh Homme brings a touch of Queens Of The Stone Age.
Friday 11 April 2008
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Thursday 24 January 2008
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