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Muse will play new songs through studio monitors 'next year'
This time next year, Muse plan to be playing their new tunes through studio monitors.
The electric guitar band told NME that they will take some time off before regrouping to start work on their sixth album in 2011.
Bassist Chris Wolstenholme said the trio are looking forward to a chance to recharge their batteries after spending the majority of the past 12 years working.
"We're due a break. We'll definitely start working on a new album next year," he said.
The band's last album was 2009's The Resistance, which was released a decade after their debut record Showbiz.
Origin Of Symmetry, Absolution and Black Holes and Revelations are their other studio albums.
The band, who hail from Teignmouth in Devon, headlined Scottish festival T In The Park over the weekend (July 11th 2010).
They also topped the bill at Glastonbury in June, which was the second time they have headed the Pyramid Stage line-up.Posted on 13 Jul 2010 17:20 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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