Saturday, 8 September 2012

Muse Unleashed Video For "Madness"

A music video for "Madness" has been released by Muse,the second single (following the Olympic theme "Survival") from the band's forthcoming album, The 2nd Law.

Chris Martin of Coldplay band commented that it is so far the best track from Muse till date :

"Having been their opening act 13 years ago I'm proud to say that I think this is Muse's best song ever," gushed Martin via Twitter.

The 2nd Law, Muse sixth studio album is expected to be released on October 1st.

"Every time you finish a new album you feel excited and nervous and anxious about what's going to happen with it when it gets released, but with this one we've discovered some new ideas for our band. Every album for me seems to open up doors to the future and this one does more than ever," drummer Dominic Howard told of the new album. 

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Muse added to iTunes Festival for this year!!!

Muse is another new addition to this year's iTunes Festival.

London's Roundhouse on September 30 show will be headlined by The Devon trio, who release their sixth studio album 'The 2nd Law' on October 1.

The event which is going to take place from 1st September to 30th September at the Roundhouse, Muse are joined by other band named  Noel Gallagher, The Killers, Jack White and Bat For Lashes.

As well as Muse, Alicia Keys has also been added to the bill and will play on September 28. 

Saturday, 18 August 2012

Muse Reveals Zimmer As Influence

Muse singer, Matt Bellamy exposed that Hans Zimmer has been a big influence on the band's upcoming record, the 2nd Law.

The score of The Dark Knight Rises has been composed by Zimmer.

"I've always been very influenced by and interested in film music, growing up watching Stephen Spielberg films or John Williams' stuff. And I've always been a big fan of Hans Zimmer," Bellamy told Classic Rock magazine.

"He's the greatest film composer of recent times. That song 'The 2nd Law,' you can definitely hear some Hans Zimmer influence," he added.

The 2nd Law, Muse's follow-up to 2009's The Resistance, is finished, but has no release date yet. 

Sunday, 29 July 2012

Muse's New Album Is Admire by Skrillex!!!

Muse on their new album 'The 2nd Law' were inspired by Skrillex and say wanted to give a hard time to electronic music.

Drummer Dominic Howard told NME magazine: "We went to see Skrillex in Camden around October. We went, 'F**k, it's so heavy', loved it.

"It was like a full metal gig, they had the circles of death, people were moshing, I hadn't seen a reaction like that to electronic music before. We took inspiration and came up with '...Unsustainable'.

Singer Matt Bellamy added: "The moshpit has moved from guitars and gone towards the laptop, so with that song we're trying to see if we can challenge the laptop.

"We created something that was dubsteppy but we wanted to see if we could do it with real instruments. We wanted to ask, 'Can rock bands compete with what these guys are doing?'"

Matt explained: "Every time I watched the news when we were making the album, it was endless stuff about the Euro banking crisis. All the news programs seemed to be obsessed with growth. 

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Album Tracklisting of Muse Album "The 2nd Law" Unleashed

Muse upcoming album "The 2nd Law", track listing have been released.

Muse who are now the a global phenomenon with millions of fans waiting for their next move, as it is going to be the year's biggest rock events.

 On Sep 17th the album is expected to be released in the market.A trailer for the album caused an enormous stir online this summer, after appearing to suggest that Muse were heading in a dubstep direction. Now the full tracklisting has emerged online.

Check it out below:

'Panic Station'
'Follow Me'
'Big Freeze'
'Save Me'
'Liquid State'
'The 2nd Law: Unsustainable'
'The 2nd Law: Isolated System'

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

New UK Shows Confirmed by Muse

To promote their forthcoming album "The 2nd Law" a series of concerts in UK later this year has been announced by Muse.

Coming September the group is about to release their sixth studio album. The fans who already have their ticket might be able to listen some new material live.

They will be playing shows around Europe and the UK leg of the tour gets underway on October 24th at Glasgow's SECC, followed by two dates at London's O2 on October 26th and 27th and shows in Birmingham and Manchester on October 30th and November 1st respectively.

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Muse band perform at Reading and Leeds Festival

A news released on 24th August, Muse band perform at Readin and Leeds Festival on the weekend, the band have spoken to NME.

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The band will performing 2001 album 'Origin Of Symmetry' is completely at the festival.

Matt Bellamy
said that one of the reasons they’ve picked that album to perform is because "it's always been an album the hardcore fans have always talked about as one of their favourites, if not the favourite. So we wanted to play it for them as a celebration of the 10 years since it came out…"

The band also produced a new stage shows and festivals, is a 2001 concept album and the artwork on the surrounding has promised to bring.

"We'll do whatever we can get away with within the restrictions of a festival stage," explained Bellamy.

For the second half of the show, drummer Dom Howard said: "We'll probably just do the old cheap encore and play a few hits!"

The gorgeous event held on this weekend (August 26-28), features headline sets from Muse, My Chemical Romance and a co-effort from Pulp and The Strokes.