Muse unveil new dubstep track 'Unsustainable' - listen

The band reveal a second taste of their sixth album 'The 2nd Law'

Muse have unveiled their new dubstep-influenced track 'Unsustainable'. Scroll up to the top of the page to listen to it.

The track is the second to be revealed from the band's new album 'The 2nd Law', which is due to released on October 1 in the UK and October 2 in the US.

The band made the track available to fans last night (August 9) who pre-ordered 'The 2nd Law' and it appeared online soon after. Much of the track had already been featured in the trailer the band released when they first announced 'The 2nd Law'.

'Unsustainable' will not be the album's second official single, with new track 'Madness' instead released on August 20. The band have not said whether the track will be debuted online or on radio prior to that date.

'The 2nd Law' is the follow-up to 2009's 'The Resistance' and has been recorded in London. It also contains recent single 'Survival' amid a total of 13 tracks.

The Devon trio will tour the UK in October, playing five shows. The gigs begin at Glasgow's SECC on October 24, before the band move onto London's O2 Arena for two shows on October 26 and 27. They then play Birmingham LG Arena on October 30 before finishing up at Manchester Arena on November 1.

The tracklisting for 'The 2nd Law' is as follows:

'Supremacy'
'Madness'
'Panic Station'
'Prelude'
'Survival'
'Follow Me'
'Animals'
'Explorers'
'Big Freeze'
'Save Me'
'Liquid State'
'The 2nd Law: Unsustainable'
'The 2nd Law: Isolated System'



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