Muse's Matt Bellamy has admitted that he no longer stands by his previous statement that 9/11 was an "inside job".
He had previously stated that there was 'massive evidence' to support the abundance of theories surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Centre.
In a 2006 interview with CMU he stated: "There was a document called 'Project For The New America Century'... which clearly says, 'We need a Pearl Harbour-level event so we can have an excuse to invade the Middle East'."
Now, years on and speaking to The Metro, Matt now thinks that his political vews are more well informed than they once were.
"I don't believe that any more, although there are lots of questions to be answered."
"I still read a lot about political history, the influence of corporations and the military, but I make sure I'm reading from credible sources. I think my political views are a bit more nuanced now."
Matt also spoke of what is in store for Muse's upcoming tour:
"We have a symbolic upside-down pyramid suspended over us as we play. It will screen videos and images that relate to the songs. At some point, the pyramid will turn inside out and consume Dom 's drum kit. Then Dom becomes a ninja who starts battling with corrupt businessmen… I'm serious. That's not a joke."
Muse's new album 'The 2nd Law' is released on October 1st in the UK and is followed with a tour, kicking off in Glasgow 26th and ending in Manchester November 1st. For more information and tickets visit Gigwise Tickets.
They have revealed new song 'Panic Stations' from their forthcoming album 'The 2nd Law'. Hear the song on Gigwise here.
Below: Muse and more stars at the Olympics closing ceremony