A new DVD called "Manic Depression" is about to be released in April : "Muse - Manic Depression goes behind the scenes and follows their road to success, to festivals and arenas around the globe and revealing what has influenced them and suggests what lies ahead. A must for any Muse fans collection.This is the complete and unauthorized DVD biography of Muse and includes previously unseen film footage of the band. Also featured are exclusive in-depth interviews with those that worked closely with the band, including Walter Aleyn (Muse producer), Scot McKenzie (Drum & Bass Tech/Production Assistant on Muse Tour), Jackie Parks ('Battle of The Bands' organizer), Catherine Yates (Kerrang Journalist) and many others."
Here is a message from Muse management:
"Hi. So we're aware of this shonky DVD that's coming out, and we thought you better know that the band have had no involvement with it, and don't endorse it whatsoever. I've got this feeling it may well cause manic depression. Keep your receipts. Tomk"
A new DVD called "Later... Even louder with Jools Holland" containing performances from The Jools Holland Show is coming out on 30.05.2005 including Muse's performance of Hyper Music.
Green Day - American Idiot
The Killers - Somebody Told Me
Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
Kings Of Leon - The Bucket
Interpol - Evil
John Cale - Venus In Furs
Metallica - King Nothing
The Distillers - Die On A Rope
Queens Of The Stone Age - The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
Primal Scream - Rocks
Hole - Malibu
Muse - Hyper Music
The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You
The Hives - Supply And Demand
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Pin
Electric Six - Danger! High Voltage
The Vines - Highly Evolved
Screaming Trees - Halo Of Ashes
Garbage - Only Happy When It Rains
The Datsuns - In Love
The Bravery - Honest Mistake
PJ Harvey - Who The Fuck?
Mercury Rev - In A Funny Way
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Sweet 'N' Sour
Jet - Are You Gonna Be My Girl
Alice In Chains - Would
Desert Sessions featuring Josh Homme and PJ Harvey - Crawl Home
Ash - Orpheus
Sonic Youth - Drunken Butterfly
The Cure - Alt.End
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - There She Goes My Beautiful World
The excellent Dany Boyle's last movie - "Millions" - features two tracks from 'Absolution' on its original sountrack : Hysteria and Blackout. Outline: Two young boys come across the loot from a bank robbery, but have only a week to spend it before the UK switches to the euro. - Trailer -
Sound track :
'Hitsville UK' - The Clash
'Hysteria' - Muse
'La Petite Fille de la Mer' - Vangelis
'Brazil' - S-Express
'Deck the Halls' - The Northwest Choir
'Nirvana' - El Bosco
'Blackout' - Muse
'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?'
'Carol of the Bellls' - The Northwest Choir
"Hey. So i know its been a while. But all good things come to those who wait. Photos up in the media section from the 2nd night at Earl's Court. Thanks to Louise Stickland who took them for us. I guess she thought Dom wasn't looking his best that night or something? And before you ask, the first night was just so damn good that no-one took any photos but just gawped in amazement. Cheers, Tom." Check the gallery to view the photos.
Matthew Bellamy recently talked to Mtv about the recording of the next album: "I'm sure we're going to try and change the atmospheres in which we record. We always try to record in new studios and I think we will end up recording in New-York this time, because I've never done it and I want to spend some time there and maybe create a new album there too".
mtvU's Campus Invasion '05 is hitting campuses across USA this April, featuring the acclaimed English rock trio Muse as headliners with fellow countrymen Razorlight opening the show. The 20-date tour will kick-off on April 8th ( see tour dates below). mtvU will feature all the excitement on-air beginning April 25th with the complete Campus Invasion special featuring performances, artist interviews and more. Dates are listed on the tour dates page.
"Hysteria" has had a long and steady climb up the charts on American radio. Initially released to radio on August 17th, 2004, it took 5 months for it to finally top out at #9 on the Billboard's Modern Rock Track (which took place last month). Now that it is finally starting to climb down the Modern Rock charts (it currently sits at #13, coming in with 1,180 spins this past week), Warner Brothers Records has announced that they will be releasing "Stockholm Syndrome" as the 3rd American single off of "Absolution". It will be released to radio stations in the Alternative radio format on Tuesday, March 29th. There are plans for a new video to be released in support of this new single as well. (Tom Kirk is currently mixing it)