“Scott was a vital part of bringing this album together and it’s something he was very excited about and worked hard to bring to life. He listened to and approved every track on the there.”
“Before Biffy came along with ‘Puzzle’, I was a progressive metal enthusiast who only cared for playing as fast as humanly possible on his Flying V guitar (no regrets).”
“There’s definitely not a feeling of us being done or us treading water.”
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