It will apparently regenerate every day for a month.
MAKE. THESE. HAPPEN.
Any day now…
Sounds like new music is not far off.
We’re not crying, you’re crying!
Not sure how to feel about this one
Trick or treat?
Trick or treat?
Knowing Muse, it’ll probably happen.
Hurry up and don’t miss this chance to see the video first here
Hey there, blimpy boy.
LCD Soundsystem, Foals and Beck set to join already announced headliner Coldplay, Muse and Adele.
Some crystal ballin’ thoughts on who might (and might not) play Splendour this year.
Live updates from the 58th Annual Grammys.
Patience may be a virtue, but it can also be a bitch.
You know that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when one awesome band covers another awesome band? Well prepare to feel that feeling. Because the all-conquering Muse have busted out a rendition of Chvrches’ 2013 track Lies for their recent guest spot at BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, and the results are pretty much the badass
A band who have made entire albums about their distrust of authorities who abuse modern technology to suit their own ends have lashed out at authorities for abusing modern technology to suit their own ends. In news that should come as a surprise to no one, Muse have taken issue with the Leicester police force’s
In a performance which has divided punters as to whether it’s “really good” or “murders the original”, English four-piece Enter Shikari have covered Supermassive Black Hole, a track by English three-piece Muse. Enter Shikari’s take on the 2006 Muse single (below) saw an unexpected reworking of the track, with stripped-back verses, snippets of extra noise
We’re just days away from the unveiling of Muse‘s seventh studio album, Drones – a conceptual effort that sees the English three piece deal with such epic themes as abandonment, loss of hope, indoctrination and oppression. It’s a bold move to take on a concept album, especially given that Drones follows up Muse’s ambitious and