Posted by Lily on 30 Jul 2013 • Filed in Press
British power trio Muse are bringing their sci-fi sized show to Australian shores this December. [...] Drummer Dominic Howard, speaking to Perth paper The West, says:
“We haven’t done anything like this before and it’s taken our performances to a whole new level… The new album has really helped steer this new direction.”
For a band whose career is built on the scale of their live production, saying their current tour is their biggest yet is really saying something. Howard is also particularly excited about showing off the band’s transforming set to Australian audiences.
“Have you heard about the pyramid? It can swallow up the band during the set, it’s totally mental. It’s an upside-down floating pyramid that is totally out there.”
Speaking of the lavish stage set-up, frontman Matt Bellamy told The Standard in a recent interview:
“This is going to be our Zoo TV.”
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