On July 3rd, ‘BHAR’ turns ten. Good time to look back on Muse’s most shocking, successful and cohesive album.
The band have teamed up once more with Japanese director Tekken.
Adele probably has other plans, lads.
Deftones, Foals, Architects and Muse are all taking part in the annual celebration of IRL record stores.
The band will join Sigur Rós, Foals, Eagles of Death Metal and Chvrches, amongst others.
Returning after a five year absence, Muse will be playing the Friday of Glastonbury.
Nothing But Thieves reschedule headline dates after being invited on Muse’s Drones World Tour.
The Grammy-winning rockers have released a rock video with plenty of big rock moves.
Sadly Wolf Alice missed out to Alabama Shakes, and Courtney Barnett to Meghan Trainor.
The Chemical Brothers and Disclosure have also been confirmed to play the Spanish festival.
Parkway Drive have also confirmed for the Hungary event.
On sale from 9am today (Wednesday 2rd February), the run of dates will see the band performing “in the round” with a 360 degree stage.
The Muse frontman has invested in The Drone Racing League.
Muse’s 2006 clap-along ‘Starlight’ sounds “even better in space” according to British astronaut Tim Peake.
No prizes for guessing who’s in the Number 1 spot.
Muse are also inexplicably nominated for Best Rock Album.
It truly is The Future.
Dave Grohl and co. were set to headline the event in 2015, before leg-gate.
It’s Hallowe’en. Here’s a playlist featuring the scariest, most terrifying music videos.
Well, it has been a good five years…
“I think it’s time to kind of lose our minds a little,” says drummer Dom Howard.