This is Muse playing 'Bliss' (from their 2nd studio album Origin of Symmetry) live at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival. In MY opinion, this is the best live song they played at Glastonbury, but that's to me. Check for your self.
They’re painfully young and painfully thin. They’re into angst, catharsis and destruction. And if they weren’t in a band, they’d be in jail. Meet Muse – standing up for good old dysfunctional rock’n'roll values. Just don’t mention Radiohead.
It is shortly after 2.30 on a blazing Saturday afternoon in the middle of a German field. The nearest town is Leipzig, 30 منٹ away سے طرف کی speeding taxi. Muse, from Teignmouth, Devon, are onstage at the High Field Festival. It’s their last song – Agitated, an old B-side – and their singer Matthew Bellamy is indulging...
1.Being such a small lad - he's 5'7" - Matt Bellamy used to take advantage of his trips to Japan to have silk shirts specially tailored for him.
2.On the Big دن Out tour of 2004, on which Muse played down the bill, Metallica would set up a rehearsal tent اگلے to the main stage in which to warm up before they went on. Often Muse would come offstage to hear Metallica warming up سے طرف کی playing ‘New Born’.
3. Meanwhile, here's a stream of Muse trivia for you. For example, did آپ know that, at the end of 'Space Dementia,' Matt Bellamy's پتلون, ٹرووسر zipper was used as an instrument?
Muse, one of the UKs most innovative bands, are back with new their supersonic new single Supermassive Black Hole on June 19th followed سے طرف کی brand new album, Black Holes And Revelations on July 3rd. They also headline the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festival this year. Evidently, as this is Muse's first single since the release of Butterflies and Hurricanes in September 2004, we thought it would be downright rude not to catch up with one of the most awesome and eclectic bands around for a chinwag.
So, I Like موسیقی had a chat with Muse drummer, Dominic Howard about the new material, the...