While details are scarce about the folloup to Muse’s album The 2nd Law, frontman Man Bellamy let it slip last week that next summer’s release may indeed be a bit more rockin’.
The rocker will appear on the Australian singer’s new album, which does not have a release date.
“I was about 18 or 19. It was a guy called Steve Lamacq,” Bellamy recalled. “I was in London with my girlfriend at the time. She was studying art at some art college in London. I was staying in her sort of like squat flat with a bunch of flatmates.”
Muse played a full concert for approximately 15,000 fans last night in conjunction with the London premiere of the zombie-apocalypse thriller, World War Z. Brad Pitt, the film’s producer and star, spoke to press about the importance the band’s song plays in the soundtrack.
During a recent interview with Kiss 95.1/Charlotte, Muse bass player Christopher Wolstenholme spoke about the band’s current tour, their latest music video and Matt Bellamy’s impending nuptials with fiancee Kate Hudson.
Muse’s long awaited “Panic Station” video is here and likely to shock your senses.
While America is still reeling from the horrific bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday (April 15), tributes continue to pour in for those most directly affected by the tragic event from people around the world.
After spending the past few weeks in Los Angeles in order to take part in various GRAMMY Awards activities, Muse will return to London to headline the 2013 Brit Awards in support of War Child’s 20th anniversary. The benefit concert will take place at the historic theater, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
Other than the final score, some of the biggest stories surrounding the Super Bowl each year involve the commercials. With advertisers shelling out in excess of $4 million for thirty seconds of air time, viewers get bigger stars, bigger laughs and more. The NCAA was no exception, unveiling Muse’s GRAMMY-nominated hit “Madness” as the official soundtrack to the 2013 March Madness Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Although they’re a mere trio, the larger-than-life sounds produced by British prog-rockers Muse carry the weight of bands twice their size. An arena rock band to the core, Muse’s musical dexterity has earned them comparisons to Rush and Queen.