Music Feeds is unsure if we’ve stumbled across an official upload, but what is for sure is that one way or another the highly talked about sixth studio record The 2nd Law from progressive rock giants Muse has made its way online.
The 2nd Law, which is due out September 28, has already given the world the Olympic theme song Survival; the dubstep influenced Unsustainable; the stripped back synth-heavy single Madness; and most recently a leaked copy of Supremacy and a live recording of Panic Station.
Each track has kept fans second-guessing as to what is the overall sound of The 2nd Law, but now the speculation can end thanks to a SoundCloud account that goes by the name of Muse. Once you hit play it won’t take you long to discover that The 2nd Law is very diverse and no one song really represents the album in its eclectic entirety.
Be sure to have a listen to Save Me and Liquid State towards the end of the record. Both songs are sung by Muse bassist Chris Wolstenholme, who very capably penned the tracks about his battle with alcoholism.
To listen to The 2nd Law by Muse click here… and be sure to let Music Feeds know what you think.
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