Thanks to apocalypse please for this writeup. What do you make of it? Any emo's here who would like to comment (cry?) on it?
This was written in the EMO feature of this week's NME magazine.
Whether they like it or not, Muse's back catalogue can be found on the communal tour iPod of nearly every US emo band, and their histrionics are often cited, alongside the works of Chuck Palahnuik [Admin: (Author of Fight Club...)], as "a big influence". Does this make muse emo? You bet your At The Drive In T-shirt it does!