Muse 3rd Best Band of the Decade

  1. Muse

    Armed with an eclectic approach to music, Muse has shown that it’s not afraid to fuse genres that might seem at odds with one another. Dabbling in everything from classical to jazz to its primary forte, rock and roll, the British trio exploded with one critically acclaimed album after another this decade. An immediate impression was made with 2003’s Absolution, which five years later would be deemed the 23rd Best British Album Of All Time according to a Q Magazine public poll.

    The follow-up CD Black Holes and Revelations didn’t do too shabby in that same poll, earning a spot at #34. At the helm of Muse is vocalist/guitarist/pianist Matthew Bellamy, who somehow has managed to make his live show just as impressive as the labor-intensive studio albums...