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Watch: Muse Performing ‘Madness’ And ‘Panic Station’ On SNL

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 8, 2012

Over the weekend, Muse continued to make mincemeat of the live talk show circuits. Finding themselves on the stages of Saturday Night Live, regally ushered in by James Bond himself, the Brit-rockers seamlessly delivered two of the freshest ditties from the new album.

The 2nd Law seems to be capturing audiences all over the world. The US are currently being flooded in Muse goodness as they make their way around the country, plugging the release everywhere. If you will kindly scroll down, you’ll be able to catch footage of the band performing both Madness, the minimal, ominous single off the album, and Panic Station, an ode to a more funkier side of the band.

Released only very recently, the album initially seemed to form a rift between Muse fans, who couldn’t decide if the addition of dubstep was a good or a bad thing, though now with some time to air and resonate, it appears the release has been gobbled up, with the plate licked by all.

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