We anticipated them a few days ago: Muse has confirmed that they are working on a new album studio and now the band has published that the producer will be none other than the acquaintance with Robert 'Mutt' Lange, perhaps the most famous British producer to have worked with AC / DC, Foreigner and four Def Leppard albums. The trio shared a file photo showing Lange with AC / DC on their Instagram account, writing. "We are honored to record our new album with this legendary producer #backinblack"
Additionally, Lange has also worked with The Cars, Nickelback, The Corrs, The Boomtown Rats, Backstreet Boys, Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, Bryan Adams, and Shania Twain. Lange has won four Grammy Awards, including an award for "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)," which he shared with Bryan Adams and Michael Kamen.
Muse, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, began recording a new album - successor to 2's 'The 2013nd Law'. this October. Vocalist Matt Bellamy cited "ecology, empathy and World War 3" as themes and sources of inspiration for his new material. Let's remember that Bellamy had answered the questions of his fans through Twitter, anticipating that in the new album "things are going to get heavier", explaining that the sound of the next album will have more guitars and fewer synthesizers:
“We will divest ourselves of the additional things from the last two albums, which are electronics, symphonies and orchestral work. It's going to be good to reconnect and remind ourselves of the basics of who we are. "
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