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Band's manager says the trio have 'lots of material written' for their next album

Muse are aiming to release their sixth studio album in October next year, according to their manager

Anthony Addis, who looks after the Devon trio, has said that the band are in the studio now and have “lots of material” written for the album.

Speaking to Billboard.biz, Addis said of the band’s progress in recording the follow-up to ‘The Resistance’: “They’ve now gone into the recording studio. The plan is to do it all in London. Hopefully, the album might come out October next year.”

He continued:

They’ve written a lot of material already but you don’t know how it’s going to gel between them all. They write constantly. They write on the road, so before or after a gig they’ll write nearly every night. It’s a serious process, but you don’t know how it’s going to turn out until you start practising it together, because everybody’s done it individually.

Muse most recently headlined this summer’s Reading And Leeds Festivals, playing a set that included the entirety of their second album ‘Origin Of Symmetry’.

You can see NME‘s documentary about the Devon trio: ‘Muse: The Ultimate Guide’ by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Photo Gallery: Muse headline Reading And Leeds Festivals