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Muse’s Return to the Realm of Simulating Black Holes: “Won’t Stand Down”

In a return after a 3-year hiatus from 2018’s Simulation Theory, Bellamy and co are back with dark and dominant passenger of Won’t Stand Down. Facing adversity with strength, it’s a call-to-arms against all the bullies in life and really sets the boundaries in the direction of where Muse are set to go with their ninth album – yet declared or confirmed as of yet. You can view it below:

Let me know your thoughts … !

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2 replies on “Muse’s Return to the Realm of Simulating Black Holes: “Won’t Stand Down””

What is it most people say when commenting on memes? Oh yes, I see Muse, I upvote!

The band seems to be getting better with age. Drones was a fantastic album, and even better tour! Simulation Theory was a solid release.

I think they’re knocking the whole “not as good as their first album” trend.

One last thought on Muse. I remember following some music site years ago. The author wished that Rush had covered the band. I think the song was Stockholm Syndrome.

Happy Friday. I hope you’re feeling better.

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