Muse is a British rock band formed in 1994. The band consists of Matt Bellamy (vocals, guitar, piano), Chris Wolstenholme (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Dominic Howard (drums).
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Muse is a British rock band formed in 1994 that has gained a massive following and critical acclaim for their unique blend of progressive rock, electronic music, and classical influences. The band, consisting of frontman Matt Bellamy, drummer Dom Howard, and bassist Chris Wolstenholme, has released eight studio albums and has become known for their epic live performances and theatrical stage shows.
One of the defining features of Muse's music is Bellamy's soaring vocals and intricate guitar work, which often incorporate elements of classical music and opera. The band's sound is also characterized by their use of electronic and experimental instrumentation, including synthesizers and orchestral arrangements.
Muse has been praised for their ability to blend complex musical arrangements with socially conscious lyrics, tackling themes such as politics, war, and technology. The band has won numerous awards over the years, including two Grammy Awards and five MTV Europe Music Awards, and has sold millions of records worldwide. With their distinctive sound and larger-than-life stage presence, Muse has become one of the most iconic rock bands of their generation.