Last week we reported that Muse singer/guitarist Matt Bellamy was hoping to have his band be the first to record in space. Saturday the rocker embarked on an entirely different, but equally challenging journey: fatherhood.
English alt-rockers Muse have always dabbled with intergalactic themes and otherworldly sounds in their music. Now it appears that they want to record those sounds first hand on a trip to outer space. Sounds crazy right? What's really crazy is that it will probably happen.
The rhythm section of the band Muse recently revealed in an interview that the album they are working on (that is currently slated for a 2012 release) may be a little less heavy than fans of the band would expect. Not that they are the heaviest band to begin with, but they are by no means easy listening...at least not yet.
A recent survey done by dating site Tastebuds.fm has broken down your level of sluttiness in connection with what band you like. This will definitely improve your odds of finding an easy lay at the Machine Shop, just approach the girls wearing Nirvana shirts. Continue reading to see how fans of Metallica and Kings of Leon stack up.
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