Album Review: Muse - Black Holes and Revelations

Yeah, Yeah, I know this album has been on the market for about 2 years now, but I haven't actually heard the entire album until lately. With that said, I found Muse's latest offering, Black Holes and Revelations, an enjoyable one to listen to. They sound like a cross between Queen, the Darkness, and maybe Queens of the Stoneage for reference, with a sprinkle of electronic dust. A lot of their songs are energetic and great for being on the move. It is definitely worth the listen.
TOP TUNES: Starlight, Maps of the Problematique, Knights of Cydonia
3.5 out of 5

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