April 8, 2013 - Los Angeles, CA - Grammy Award winning British rock band Muse today announced additional arena dates as part of The 2nd Law world tour. The trio is touring in support of their sixth album The 2nd Law, which was released by Warner Bros. Records in October of 2012. Tickets for all newly announced dates will be on-sale beginning this Friday, April 12th at 10:00 AM. Cage The Elephant will open all new shows (see below for… READ MORE »
Muse has launched the Social Connectome (http://connectome.muse.mu/), a 3-D Google Chrome visualization of the Muse fanbase, created in homage to the Human Connectome project which inspired the artwork for the band’s forthcoming new album The 2nd Law, due out on October 2nd via Warner Bros. Records.
The Social Connectome allows people to add themselves to a 3-D visual network of Muse fans, build their own branch of friends and unlock an… READ MORE »
Are you lucky enough to be going to one of the most exciting musical events in 2011? LA Rising is right around the corner. This Saturday Rage Against the Machine, Muse, Rise Against, Ms. Lauryn Hill and more invade the LA Coliseum. Set times were just announced. Check them out below:
L.A. RISING SET TIMES
· 12:00pm GA Floor Doors
· 1:00pm Doors (All)
· 3:00pm … READ MORE »
Rage Against The Machine and Goldenvoice are both known for their historic Los Angeles live shows, and this summer they will collaborate once again on L.A. RISING. Set for July 30 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the multi-genre daylong music event will feature full sets from Rage Against the Machine, Muse, Rise Against, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Immortal Technique and El Gran Silencio.
Tickets for L.A. RISING go on sale Friday, May 13 at 10:00 AM… READ MORE »
Coachella | Indio, CA | 04/17/10
On Saturday night, Muse pulled out all the stops for a brutally energetic set filled with high-falsetto, raging guitars and precision musicality. Complete with larger-than-life robot-imagery and a laser light display, the band managed to somehow bring the tired crowd out of their festival stupor and kick it into high-gear. Opening strong with their hit "Uprising," they never once backed down from their signature dramatic-rock persona.