Muse frontman Matt Bellamy claims the band are readying ‘the highest resolution concert ever shot’ for a limited theatrical and IMAX release.
Muse will play a free gig in London next month to celebrate the premiere of the new zombie flick World War Z.
Muse began a four-date tour of UK stadiums last night (May 22nd) with a show at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.
Muse hope to play at least one intimate club gig in the near future with the 20th anniversary of their formation on the horizon.
Official video for the brand new single from The 2nd Law
Bastille, who recently entertained the crowds on much cozier stages at Austin’s SXSW festival in March, have been picked as opening act for Muse‘s UK stadium tour.
The band will be warming up the crowds at at two stadiums and an arena towards the end of May and also have appearances scheduled at Reading and Leeds, The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City, and Glastonbury festival this summer.
Grammy Award winning British rock band Muse today announced additional arena dates as part of The 2nd Law world tour. The trio is touring in support of their sixth album The 2nd Law, (Warner Bros. Records) Tickets for all newly announced dates will be on-sale beginning this Friday, April 12th at 10:00 AM. Cage The Elephant will open all new shows (see below for a complete list of dates).
Muse scaled back their usual high production live show to perform an intimate, more chaotic greatest hits set at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London last night (February 18th) to mark 20 years of War Child.
Bands such as Radiohead, Oasis and Muse have been included on a new War Child compilation which has brought together some of the best tracks which have been especially recorded for the charity during the past two decades.
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