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A “reunited” Muse is ready to “crack on with a new album”

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Muse is reunited and it feels so good. So good, in fact, that a new record is in the works.

In a tweet this week, the U.K. rockers posted a photo of members Matt Bellamy, drummer Dominic Howard and bassist Chris Wolstenholme hugging each other, along with caption, “Reunited.”

To add to the excitement, the post continues, “Time to crack on with a new album!”

Muse’s most recent album is 2018’s sci-fi themed Simulation Theory, which was accompanied by a film that premiered last summer.

In an interview with Guitar World last year, Bellamy said he plans to use Jeff Buckley‘s iconic “Hallelujah” guitar, which he had recently purchased, on the next Muse album.

While you look forward to new music, you can check out a fresh take on Muse tunes of the past with the Origin of Symmetry remix album, which was released earlier this month to celebrate the original 2001 record’s 20th anniversary.

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