Muse are an English alternative rock band from Teignmouth, Devon, featuring frontman Matt Bellamy, bassist Christopher Wolstenholme, and drummer Dominic Howard. Their hits include Supermassive Black Hole, Time is Running Out, Plug In Baby, Knights of Cydonia, and Uprising.
Formed in 1994, the band released their debut album ‘Showbiz’ in 1999, which was followed by ‘Origin of Symmetry’ in 2001. It was their third release, 2003's ‘Absolution’, which saw them gained greater success, reaching #1 in the UK Albums Chart. ‘Black Holes and Revelations’, in 2006, ‘The Resistance’, in 2009, and ‘The 2nd Law’ in 2012, all reached the top spot in the UK chart, as well as success in America, having won two Grammy Awards. The band went on to release ‘Drones’ in 2015, which also hit #1 in the UK Albums Chart and Billboard 100, and won them the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the world, in addition to having headlined Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Download, V, T in the Park, Vital Festival, and during their time have also co-headlined with 30 Seconds To Mars. They'll play a night at London’s Royal Albert Hall in December 2018 in aid of the Prince's Trust.
With a new album released in November, Muse have lined up two huge London and Manchester summer 2019 shows as part of their 'Simulation Theory' world tour, which hits Europe and the US too. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Tue 20th Nov 2018
Photo: Jeff Forney
‘Simulation Theory’ is confusing. Why is such an objectively bad album so enjoyable?
The tale of the tape for Muse’s eighth LP is that it’s a mash-up of genres delivered with a crushing sense of overkill on the production side of things. Die-hard fans of the band’s early work will go into it with truly dreadful expectations—after all, they haven’t released a good album in years.