Muse have a new album due out September 17th called The 2nd Law. The first song released from the album is called 'Survival', and it was announced hours after the songs release that it is the official song of the London Olympics this summer! Give the song a listen, and let us know what you think!
Muse have donated £15,000 (about $23,700 USD) worth of their own state-of-the-art music equipment to undergraduate students at a university in the UK.
Contactmusic reports that the English alt-rock trio have donated the gear to Plymouth University in South Western England — near Muse’s hometown of Teignmouth, Devon...
Muse made quite a splash in 2009n with their album "The Resistance," and now details are slowing coming to light about the follow up. According to bassist Chris Wolstenholme's recent interview with the BBC, Muse plan to enter the studio sometime in September or October to begin work on their sixth studio album, but will continue to perform live...
According to gibson.com, Muse have announced that they will soon begin recording their new album in London – the first time the band have recorded in the British capitol. Muse told BBC6 Music that they’ll start on sessions by the end of the year.
“We’ve actually never made a full album here,” frontman Matt Bellamy said.
The lineup for this year’s GRAMMY Awards just keeps getting better. It’s just been announced that Muse will play the awards show on February 13th, along with the already announced Arcade Fire, Cee Lo Green, Lady Gaga, Eminem and more. It’s fitting the British act should be included in the biggest night in music, as they are up for two GRAMMY Awards this year.