Muse, ‘Simulation Theory’ – Album Review

Muse, ‘Simulation Theory’ – Album Review

If Prince, Queen, Radiohead, Depeche Mode and The Cure had a baby, whilst playing Ready Player One it would sound something like this. Now I have to admit, that Muse’s new album Simulation Theory doesn’t quite live up to that standing. It tries nobly to incorporate every sinew, groove, style, tricks and licks within the almighty armoury possessed by the vocals and guitar of Matthew Bellamy, Bass of Christopher Wolstenholme and drums of Dominic Howard….

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Muse, ‘The Dark Side’ – Single Review

Muse, ‘The Dark Side’ – Single Review

  (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The English band’s eighth studio album, ‘Simulation Theory’, keeps digging into the idea that we’re headed to a universe absolutely controlled by technology, sometimes even now feeling a bit unreal. And quite frankly, we cannot blame them. Following the release of ‘Drones’ (2015) and ‘The 2nd Law’ (2012), two albums that already questioned the truthfulness of the world we live in, master of melodies and intricate chord progressions Matthew Bellamy…

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