Muse album details emerge

Internet rumours reveal May release

Muse are expected to release the follow-up to 2003’s ‘Absolution’ in May.

According to Internet rumours, the band’s fourth studio album will hit the US on May 16.

‘A Crying Shame’ will be the first single to be lifted from the as-yet-untitled LP, reports.


However, a spokesperson for Muse has yet to confirm release details for the UK.


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