In a new interview, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy says that he is not worried if people think their recent singles ("Survival" and "Madness") are over the top; in fact, Bellamy claims, the band is proud of their eccentricities.
"We don't care if people don't necessarily take songs like that 100 percent seriously," the singer said in an interview with NME.com.
"We're not afraid of our eccentricities, we're not afraid of going into almost Monty Python rock. But it's like opera. If you put a piece of opera on, it's ridiculous unless you've listened to the whole thing and just go there with it," he added.
The 2nd Law, which the band has called the "weirdest album we've ever made", is due October 1. A U.K. tour is set to follow its release.
by RTT Staff Writer
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