This year marks the 10th anniversary of Muse's phenomenal second album 'Origin Of Symmetry'. This weekend (August 26-28) is Reading And Leeds Festival, which boasts Muse as one of its headline acts, the band's first at the festival in five years.
To celebrate what the band themselves have described as their best album to date, Muse will play the entirety of 'Origin Of Symmetry' from start to finish during their performances at Reading And Leeds, complete with a special, secret stage set up.
The band have also confirmed that they will also be playing a range of hits from their other four albums during their live appearance.
To celebrate what is sure to be both a festival and career highlight for Muse, Gigwise have put together a list of the facts that you need to know about 'Origin Of Symmetry', from the band's own thoughts, the album's recording and production process and what the songs have been used for since, through to label controversy and the inspiration for the album's title. You can check out all the facts, along with a series of live photos in the gallery below.
What do you think about 'Origin Of Symmetry'? Do you agree with the band that it's their best material to date? Let us know using the comment box below the gallery.
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