Muse

Here’s Muse covering ‘Cherub Rock’ and ‘Zero’ by Smashing Pumpkins

This weekend saw Muse perform an instrumental cover of the Smashing Pumpkins' classic 'Cherub Rock'. Check it out below. Together In Electric Dreams: The...

Muse on what to expect from their David Byrne-inspired ‘choreographed’ live show for 2019

Muse have revealed that their 2019 world stadium tour will be largely "choreographed", rather than leaning on technology. Together in Electric Dreams – The...

Muse treat Royal Albert Hall to ’15 minutes of metal’ and debut new material

Last night saw Muse play a special charity show at London's Royal Albert Hall, performing songs from new album 'Simulation Theory' live for the...

Muse confirm details of massive Bristol show for 2019

Muse have confirmed that they will play Bristol in 2019, after fans feared their tour dates were limited to London and Manchester. Read more:...

Muse on where they’ll be in 15 years’ time – and their plans to re-release their early albums

Muse have looked into the future, and it seems that there's no plans for them for the foreseeable. The rock titans, who released eighth album...

Muse respond to disappointed fans over scrapped Bristol gig

Muse have responded to fans left disappointed by the apparent scrapping of a show in Bristol, teasing fans that they may play a show...

Muse used crowd noise from England vs Colombia World Cup match on new album

Muse used crowd noise from England's World Cup penalty shoot-out against Colombia on their new album, the band have revealed. Read more: The Big Read...

Muse score sixth Number One album with ‘Simulation Theory’

Muse have shot straight to Number One in the UK albums chart with their eighth album 'Simulation Theory'. The Big Read - Muse: Together...

Orwellian Rebellion: Someone has made a Muse parody and it’s absolutely spot on

A Muse fan has created their own parody of the rock giants, but it sounds surprisingly like the real thing. The Big Read -...

The Big Read – Muse: Together in electric dreams

If life is a video game, Muse are winning. A festival-headlining British rock behemoth, they've just released an album, 'simulation theory' – their eighth – that cements their reputation as the black mirror beatles. but while vr headsets, visions of the singularity and concerns about autocratic government are worthy distractions, it's the friendship between the three members that holds the band together, finds Tom Connick.
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