Muse have offered up a free stream of their new album The 2nd Law. The new album follows their 2009 release The Resistance and is currently streaming through various websites in 25 countries worldwide.
Speaking with NME, frontman Matt Bellamy says that the new album will mark the first time that the band ever covers relationships in their songs:
"We're singing about things like relationships for the first time. Actually, I did that for a bit on the first album [1999's Showbiz] but then I started doing interviews and thought, 'Oh my God, I can't answer these questions they're getting too personal.' So that's when we started getting all conceptual and pretending the album was about the end of the world, or whatever," Bellamy told NME.
He later told Metro that they've got big plans for their live show in support of the release:
"We have a symbolic upside-down pyramid suspended over us as we play. It will screen videos and images that relate to the songs. At some point, the pyramid will turn inside out and consume Dom's drum kit. Then Dom becomes a ninja who starts battling with corrupt businessmen . . . I'm serious. That's not a joke."
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