Tag Archives: Muse

Muse-The 2nd Law

I struggled to write the first sentence of this review for about fifteen minutes. Normally when writing a review, you have a couple of options with your opening line. It can give backing information on the album or band, perhaps it gives away the general theme of the record or even what you think of […]

What We Have to Look Forward to This Year…

2012 has already been a massive year for records. From, Jack White’s Blunderbuss to Beach House’s Bloom to Grimes latest effort Visions I have had such a flippin rad year in music. We’ve been really lucky so far and this year is only going to get better. Here are some albums that I am looking […]

Who Else Should Do A Retrospective Tour?

If you missed it, The Living End announced a very special tour. They’re playing all six of their albums over seven nights, playing their debut twice, in full. Furthermore, Regurgitator are taking a trip back to their early days, performing their first two albums in full on one night in most major cities. This encouraged […]

News: New Muse Track “Survival + Prelude” Unveiled, Album Details and More!

At about 4:30 AM EST, 7:30 PM in London, Zane Lowe of BBC1 had the honour of debuting the first track of Muse’s new album, number six, The 2nd Law. If you were expecting a quiet acoustic follow up to 2009’s The Resistance prepare to be disappointed as the first single from the album “Survival […]