Last night (March 15), during their sold-out performance at Belfast's Ulster Hall, Muse debuted two songs live, including the previously released "Psycho" and the never-before-heard "Reapers." Luckily, an audience member captured footage of the whole thing -- you can watch "Psycho" in the video above and "Reapers" below.

"Reapers" -- which closed out the night in Belfast -- starts off a bit like AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" and quickly erupts into a loud rock anthem, similar to a lot of Muse's tunes.

The alt-rock trio opened last night's set with "Psycho," which has been making its rounds since it was unleashed last week following a few cryptic studio clips that previewed the track's main guitar riff.

Both tracks will appear on the band's upcoming seventh studio album, Drones, which is due out June 8 (pre-order details here). The album's official lead single, "Dead Inside," is set to premiere on March 23. They have a bunch of European tour dates scheduled through June -- check out their full itinerary at here.

Watch Muse Debut "Reapers" in Belfast