Muse drop their sixth album The 2nd Law on October 1st worldwide and October 2nd in North America. If you haven't already, head over to iTunes (in North America) or the Guardian (in the U.K.) to enjoy a full stream of the album. Today's Guardian also has an in depth feature on Muse here. It's a pretty interesting read - the band talked about the new album, politics, songwriting, and bassist Chris Wolstenholme's battle with panic attacks and alcohol.
To get even more insight into the band's new album, take a look at some video of the making of The 2nd Law below.
Muse appeared on Later With Jools Holland on September 24th and played three songs from The 2nd Law. Watch their performance of "Madness," "Panic Station," and "Supremacy" below:
Tomorrow night Muse play the Roundhouse in London as part of the iTunes Festival. The live stream of the concert can be accessed through iTunes and the iTunes Festival app starting at 4pm ET/9pm BST. More details on that here.
Muse perform on Saturday Night Live on October 6th, then head over to Europe for a three month tour of major European cities. Muse are expected to launch a tour of North America during the first half of 2013.
Stream: Muse six-song live set for BBC Radio 1
Video: Muse on Later with Jools Holland
Stream: Muse's Chris Wolstenholme interviewed by BBC's Zane Lowe