In a recent interview at the snooker world championships, Matt Bellamy reveals that Muse will be performing at Bestival, Isle Of Wight, between the 10th and 13th September. Check the interview out below (starts at 5:55)
The new studio album from Muse, featuring "Dead Inside", "Mercy", "Psycho." Includes a bonus DVD with live performances of "Psycho," "Dead Inside" "Reapers" and "The Handler" from the Psycho UK Tour, as well as 10 minutes of bonus footage from the recording studio.
Muse have announced the arrival of their latest and greatest music video -- check it out below!
Directed by Robert Hales Dancers: Will B. Wingfield & Kathryn McCormick
Choreographed by Tessandra Chavez
KROQ recently announced that Muse will be headlining KROQ's Weenie Roast Fiesta, alongside Foo Fighters and RHCP.
Check out the interview below!
Ahh, everyone loves a good rumour. Reddit user, /u/ChevStaham, posted the following on /r/Muse earlier today after tickets for a tour date in Mexico went on sale. The Ticketmaster arena diagram shows a 360-degree stage, similar to the set U2 used during their 360 tour (which, incidentally, Muse supported them on in the USA)
I'm secretly hoping for a stage-sized, fully active drone. Please!
Radio 1 today announced that Muse will be headlining the Main Stage at this year's Big Weekend in Norwich, on the 23rd May.
It’s been nine long years since Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme last graced the Big Weekend main stage. Back then, they left a supermassive black hole where Camperdown Park in Dundee used to be, having just delivered violent excerpts from their fourth album, the cinematic Black Holes and Revelations.
Three more albums (and a stunning Live Lounge special from 2012) later, and, well, it’s all kicking off again for their latest magnum opus, Drones; specially created instruments that look like guitars and act like items of weaponry, Matt Bellamy’s banshee wail causing aeroplanes to fall from the sky (possibly), and the final whistle being sounded on all of creation as we know it, in four part harmony with preposterously loud riffs.
That’s what it feels like, anyway.