Be in the Muse Choir at their TCT gig for a truly once in a lifetime opportunity.
As you know Muse are performing at the Royal Albert Hall to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust. The band have reserved 100 seats in the choir which wrap around the stage and would like these to be filled by you. Tickets for this charity fundraiser, which are completely sold out, are up to £70 each but we are offering you some of the best seats in the house for just £10 for a pair of tickets. All you need to do to enter is click on the link below, enter your details and answer this simple question "In which Devon town did Muse meet and form the band?" If you answer correctly you’ll be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Muse. Winners will be selected at random to make up our choir of the most loyal fans. You can enter as many times as you like. The more times you enter, the more chance you have of winning. For those who don't win, 100% of your money will go to Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity Muse have chosen to support. For those of you who win, it'll be the best tenner you've ever spent!
The competition closes at 5pm on Sunday 30th March. If you have won you will be notified by email on Monday 31st March.
Click here to enter.
For more information on Teenage Cancer Trust visit https://www.teenagecancertrust.org/.
According to Play.com, Hysteria should feature in the next edition of EA games' Rock Band. The game will be available on Wii, PS2, PS3 and X-box 360 and is due in Europe for May 9th. Here is the complete tracklisting:
Blur -- Beetlebum (English)
Oasis -- Rock 'n' Roll Star (Englsih)
Tokio Hotel -- Through the Monsoon (English)
Muse -- Hysteria (English)
Les Wampas -- Manu Chao (French)
Indochine -- L'Aventurier (French)
Playmo -- New Wave (French)
Die Toten Hosen -- Hier Kommt Alex (German)
Juli -- Perfekte Welle (German)
H-Block X -- Countdown to Insanity (German)
Muse entered the UK Charts this week at Number 2 and the Irish charts at Number 5 with their new CD/DVD "HAARP Tour : Live from Wembley".
Muse have revealed they might ditch the album format and only release new material as singles from now on.
Although the band are currently in an Italian studio working on new material, the Teignmouth trio have admitted they want to experiment with the way that new material reaches fans.
Speaking to NME.COM frontman Matt Bellamy said: "I don’t think we’re going to approach the next album like we’re making an album."
He added: "I like the idea of releasing a series of songs, every month or every couple of months – just putting songs out there. Almost like making the single a more prominent format, and then every few years doing a best of from that period and that would be the album. So in other words, throw out songs every couple of months and see how people like them."
The new film is to be shown in Paris on the 13th March in its full glory in H.D and surround sound. Cinema information as well as special competitions to win tickets will be found through Musemessenger and Virgin Radio. Check with these sites soon to win the chance to go!
A screening will also take place at Greater Union's G-Max cinema in Sydney, NSW on Monday, March 17th at 6:30 pm.