kev, June 6, 2012 in Songs & Releases
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IDK, I like Dubstep in small doses.
I like what I've heard so far anyway - added to the epicness of the trailer.
It sounds quite similar to some of the inter riff improv the band have been doing at the ends of songs for years anyway, just more polished.
My guess is that they will do the usual thing of having a crack at something a bit different for one track on the album. Like they did with undisclosed desires, SMBH etc on the previous two. I would be very surprised if it featured on more than one or two tracks.
I like their willingness to try different things certainly, not many bands can manage to do dubstep, symphonies, epic riffs and cheesy love songs. I'm not massively into dubstep myself, but if anyone is going to persuade me that its worth a listen then its muse.
It's not something I would've thought they'd incorporate into their new album... and certainly not a genre of music I listen to out of choice..
But all the same, I'm terrifically excited to hear how Muse have worked with it and made it their own, and look forward to another musical exploration with Matt, Dom and Chris as the tour guides!!
I'm not into dubstep usually... i really dislike the ones where there's 10000 different noises going on... Its take a lot of listens, but I'm getting used to it
I don't like it. I wouldn't be able to distinguish this from a Skrillex song.
I'm warming up to it more the more I listen to it, but for the most part I still wish they hadn't done this.
I hope the dubstep influence is just in one song.
As long as they do something inventive and original with it, then bring it on. If it sounds like crappy generic hipster garbage, then
I don't like dubstep - It sounds nothing like MUSE as we know them, so I'm pretty anxious about the new album personally... :/ Was hoping for some more ROCK awesomeness. But let's wait and see :-)
Sorry, but what on earth is dupstep?!
I think it's awful.
It sounds nothing like Skrillex.
Dubstep is ear-rape, so I don't feel good about it.
I really liked it. And I'm assuming this is their work. Even though it's different it sounds like Muse. The dubstep part sound just like anything Matt has done since the beginning in his live solo's. And it reminded me of the groove's intro.
A little scared. Hopefully it's just one song.
Ok, I got that off my chest, I love it. because it's so different yet familiar. I agree with what people are saying, it sounds like Muse.
Also how the f*ck are they gonna attempt this live
It sounds massive .
Plus, it's just Supermassive with heavier beats. And to my mind, it doesn't sound like a chorus - more a middle-eight.
what if they collaborated with KoRn?
I was actually sort of looking forward to it as I thought they'd work well with dubstep. From what I heard though, it sounded quite weak.
I think it sounds immense! Can't wait to hear a Wolstenbells breakdown in a live setting.
At first I was really worried, but the more I think about/listen to it, the more I like it. It really is just an expansion of what Muse has already done. Particularly live, with their jams and the Kaoss solo for SMBH.
it's okay because Muse make it sound better than anyone else does
so I like it
Oh, Muse. Jumping on the bandwagon is really not what I expected from a band that were once so fearlessly unique in the mainstream rock climate.
If it's anything like Korn's attempt, it will be dire. On the other hand, it might turn out interesting and different enough to be better than The Resistance. I've no idea what to think yet.
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