Muse are among the tightest, most creative and simply best rock bands out there these days. You can see Matt Bellamy & co. live in Munich on March 31, 2016 at the Olympiahalle as part of their Drones World Tour and ahead of the UK leg of the tour. Tickets, priced from 45-65 euros plus fees are still available from MCT. Muse last played in Munich as headliners of the first Rockavaria Festival in May 2015.
The 2016 “Drones World Tour” gives the band an opportunity to put on their own unique mind blowing stage show. It will feature their performance for the first time “in the round” from the middle of the arena. The band is known for pushing boundaries of their show production and this will be no exception. This stage design and configuration will give fans a true 360° audio/visual experience. And will leave even the most loyal Muse fans dazzled.
Their newest and 7th studio album “Drones” features singer and guitarist Bellamy, bass player Dominic Howard and drummer Christopher Wolstenholme at the height of their craft. They are able to distill fantastic dystopian future landscapes and topical social commentary into clear, sharp lyrics that combine perfectly with a driving rock sound. The main thread of the album is the story of a drone pilot who, slowly but surely, frees himself from his questionable career. Bellamy traces the pilot’s story through a state of moral and mental brutalization to the rebellion against a cynical system. It sounds like heavy stuff, and indeed it is, but Muse are not only moral arbiters here, the core songs “Psycho”, “Dead Inside”, “Reapers” and “Aftermath” also stand out as simply great rock entertainment. On their tour, Muse will weave the newest song into their already hit fuelled set.