As we already know, British arena rockers Muse are currently in the studio recording their seventh studio album, Drones. They've been sharing video clips, images and photos of the band with their eyes blacked out on Instagram, with each post tagged #MuseDrones. Now, they've revealed a few peeks behind-the-scenes with what we might be able to expect from the new LP. Check them all out below.

Although they're not exactly full clips of new songs, consider us excited. There is really only one clip that comes close to being an actual song, depicting the band's guitarist and lead singer Matthew Bellamy laying down a sick heavy riff.

Earlier this month, in similar style, the Instagram-loving rock band shared another series of eerie posts to unveil the title of the album. There is no release date as of yet, but the Robert "Mutt" Lange-produced album is expected to hit the streets later this year. Bellamy has said that the record covers a wide range of themes including "deep ecology, the empathy gap and World War 3." The band is also a favorite to headline this year's Glastonbury Festival.