“I was about 18 or 19. It was a guy called Steve Lamacq,” Bellamy recalled. “I was in London with my girlfriend at the time. She was studying art at some art college in London. I was staying in her sort of like squat flat with a bunch of flatmates.”
As the band prepares to release a new concert DVD filmed in Rome for the holidays, Muse is already looking ahead to its next full-length album.
Muse played a full concert for approximately 15,000 fans last night in conjunction with the London premiere of the zombie-apocalypse thriller, World War Z. Brad Pitt, the film’s producer and star, spoke to press about the importance the band’s song plays in the soundtrack.
During a recent interview with Charlotte station Kiss 95.1, Muse bass player Christopher Wolstenholme spoke about the band’s current tour, their latest music video and Matt Bellamy‘s impending nuptials with fiancee Kate Hudson. When it comes […]
Muse inadvertently ignited a firestorm of controversy yesterday (April 22) with their new music video, “Panic Station.” The clip features an image of the Japanese Rising Sun flag, which is commonly associated with that country’s […]
Muse‘s long awaited “Panic Station” video is here and likely to shock your senses. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenhome slid into fluorescent tights and stepped right into what looks like a video game. […]
Muse‘s long awaited “Panic Station” video is nearly here. Watch it online on Monday, April 22 beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT on the band’s YouTube channel. Following the premiere, the band will take to their […]