Muse give away rare song free online

Get your live version of 'Fury' now

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Muse have made a rare live track available as a free download from their website, Muse.mu.

In April the band played one of their smallest shows of the year at London's Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Now, a video version of their 2003 track 'Fury', recorded at the show, has been made available to fans.

Dating back to sessions from the 'Absolution' album, the song was left off the album, appearing as a bonus track on Japanese pressings. It eventually emerged as a B-side for the 'Sing For Absolution' single.

Head to Muse.mu to get the free song now.

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