Muse have yesterday unveiled a trailer for their forthcoming, their sixth, studio album. The new studio effort has been recorded in London and will be titled ‘The 2nd Law’. The follow-up to 2009′s ‘The Resistance’ is due out in September this year, according to the video below.
The band’s bassist Chris Wolstenholme recently said that Muse would do “something radically different” on their new album, and judging by the trailer, “something different” means something dubstepy. Although Muse publicist Tom Kirk recently said that the band has worked with Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Adele and Beck on the new record.
The album title apparently refers to the second law of thermodynamics. Muse frontman Matt Bellamy tweeted : “All natural and technological processes proceed in such a way that the availability of the remaining energy decreases.
“In all energy exchanges, if no energy enters or leaves an isolated system, the entropy of that system incre,cre,cre,cre,c,c,creases.”
He went on: “Energy continuously flows from being concentrated, to becoming dispersed, spread out, wasted and useless. New energy cannot be created and high grade energy is being destroyed. An economy based on endless growth is…”
Muse – ‘The 2nd Law’ trailer