Chris in this Weeks NME

Muse have revealed the new artwork for their live at Wembley CD and DVD 'HAARP'. Both of the bands mega-gigs from june 2007 are being released on March 17th - the first night on CD, the second on DVD - and having spent the last few weeks wading through footage, the trio admit they've been reliving the show recently.

"It was the first time I'd ever gone out onstage and felt like I almost could have cried," explained bassist Chris Wolstenholme, fresh from the editing suite. "It was definitely the most overwhelmed I ever felt during a gig. When we first came out and walked onstage it was a struggle to keep it together. It's just one of those things you think, 'Well, we may never do this again.' I hope we do, but you never know - it was just brilliant."

Watching the show back has reminded Muse that, despite the eventual triumph last summer, the build-up was one of the most nerve-wracking of their lives.

"I was shitting myself," admitted Wolstenholme. "You always get nervous before gigs, but this was something else. It wasn't even just the 15 minutes before, it was the whole week before - even beyond that. The gig had been booked probably nine months before we actually did it, but i remember the week beforehand in particular was really stressful."