Muse transform into cowboy ravers in their new video for 'Panic Station.' Matthew Bellamy and co. swarm upon Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, dressed in faux fur, spiked jackets and glasses that mimic screens. There are fringed chaps, too. They took that whole raver-cowboy thing seriously.
Muse's next album is at least a "couple of years" away, but the British trio is still churning out singles off last year's 'The 2nd Law.' The latest, 'Animals,' comes with a new fan-made video that won a contest run through the website genero.tv. The competition saw "a huge number of brilliant entries," and after Muse narrowed things down to five finalists, fans selected the winner via online voting.
Muse drummer Dominic Howard has begun "having conversations" with his bandmates about how to approach their next album, the follow-up to last year's Grammy-nominated 'The 2nd Law,' but as he tells Billboard, they won't begin working on the disc anytime soon.
Muse have cancelled three concerts on their European tour after frontman Matt Bellamy broke two bones in his foot. The band revealed the news yesterday (Nov. 29) after Bellamy tweeted, "Ouch! Broke my foot..." The post also featured an X-ray of his damaged foot.
Plenty of Muse fans have been eagerly awaiting the band's new album, 'The 2nd Law' -- but few of them are more famous, or more problematic for the members of the band, than right-wing TV and radio personality Glenn Beck.
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