Muse stream new album

2012-09-25 by Sconza | 36 Comments
Muse are streaming their new album, The 2nd Law, ahead of its October 2 release date.

You can check out the stream at the link below

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2012/sep/24/muse-2nd-law-album-stream?fb=native

Tagged: Muse

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manifestum
September 25th 2012
67 Comments


Let the butthurt begin.

sixdegrees
September 25th 2012
22310 Comments


spoiler alert: it sucks

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Tyrael
September 25th 2012
21007 Comments


This is for UK users only

LifeAsAChipmunk
September 25th 2012
4854 Comments


awful

Fieryfenderz
September 25th 2012
1761 Comments


AOTY

Zeiu
September 25th 2012
204 Comments


I like the songs where Chris sings lead, other than that, meh. The 2nd Law songs were more of a gimmick I think, they don't serve much purpose on the album.

Youtellme
September 25th 2012
1351 Comments


Shit is awful.

illuminatus917
September 25th 2012
35 Comments


Absolution was their peak, this will be their worst yet.

menawati
September 25th 2012
16408 Comments


'like a stream of bat's piss' as the pythons once said

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Timmons
September 25th 2012
561 Comments


the only songs i enjoyed were the ones where matt didn't sing

moderndaydrool
September 25th 2012
322 Comments


10/10 would not listen

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
September 25th 2012
24105 Comments


best ever

MeatSalad
September 25th 2012
16566 Comments


AOTY

Chortles
September 25th 2012
19336 Comments


agreed

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Spec
September 25th 2012
32575 Comments


Don't think I'll listen to this one.

Phideaux
September 25th 2012
1659 Comments


I have a theory that Muse is trying to see how terrible of music they can release that douchebag fans will still defend as awesome.

Cormano
September 25th 2012
1078 Comments


just listened to the whole thing and it isn't utter shit as they make it out to be, it does have some solid cuts, but I must agree it is not nearly as good as everything they put out before the resistance

Aids
September 25th 2012
24325 Comments


yeah i probably won't bother. the singles were awful enough to deter me from a casual listen of this. i might end up hearing it cause my stoner friends are obsessed with Muse so we'll see, I may end up having an (imaginably predictable) opinion.

IanDavila
September 25th 2012
442 Comments


Muse fans are the worst

sulkenigma
September 25th 2012
63 Comments


I personally liked 'Supremacy' and am warming to 'Madness' but I cannot for the life of me stand 'Survival'.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
September 25th 2012
24105 Comments


cause survival is fucking shit

TooLateToGoBack
September 25th 2012
1945 Comments


Album isn't as terrible as everyone(including me) made it out be, but it's definitely just as mediocre as The Resistance.

CutMan
September 25th 2012
1892 Comments


Skipped around through it, doesn't sound that bad. I'll have to give the full thing a listen.

steadyriot
September 25th 2012
477 Comments


Itll translate live better than resistance, but obviously nowhere near anything pre-blackholes era.

CrownOfMagnets
September 25th 2012
2334 Comments


Can't believe this band made the epic Knights of Cydonia.

zxlkho
September 25th 2012
3491 Comments


Bad album is bad.

WhiteNoise
September 25th 2012
3508 Comments


*sigh

Is it at LEAST better than resistance? I can't believe these guys used to be one of my favourite bands.

SabertoothMonocle
September 26th 2012
493 Comments


lol white noise is diggin iUNO! and can't believe muse used to be his favorite. At least we have PBX Funicular Intaglio, right?

Deadwing42
September 26th 2012
194 Comments


I have pretty low expectations for this thing, but I gotta say, the opening track is better or equal to anything on Resistance. Maybe this thing has some hope?

*Madness starts playing

...nevermind.

CrazyDiamond7
September 26th 2012
217 Comments


I can't wait for all the troll reviews to roll in tomorrow...

I'll give it a listen, but after hearing the singles I'm keeping my expectations low.



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TooLateToGoBack
September 26th 2012
1945 Comments


Tomorrow? Most of the troll reviews have already been posted.

Ommushwo
September 26th 2012
113 Comments


mommy i'm scared of the robot

SlMBOLlC
September 26th 2012
5551 Comments


Muse really need to stop

tvaurio
September 26th 2012
18 Comments


wtf this is actually good! the single was horrible.

Molok
September 26th 2012
12 Comments


Maybe it's just because my expectations were so low, but I'm actually digging this album.

kwill15
September 26th 2012
134 Comments


I actually have never listened to anything by Muse, except for Uprising, which I personally think is a great song. It just seems to me like Muse's version of A Thousand Suns. I actually liked ATS, so I'll probably like this. I'm not going to listen to it now though; I want to check out their old stuff first.



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