Cher Lloyd's 'Swagger Jagger' is not the worst pop song to use a dubstep breakdown but it's certainly up there. " />
Cher Lloyd's 'Swagger Jagger' is not the worst pop song to use a dubstep breakdown but it's certainly up there.
So, apparently Muse have 'gone dubstep' on their new album 'The 2nd Law'.
That is certainly the feeling we get from the album trailer revealed yesterday. Bass player Chris Wolstenhome had suggested a big change for the band ahead of their sixth studio alum and the music we heard on the promo suggests that it might be out with riffs and in with beats for the Devon band.
Of course, it could be that Muse have only made one song packed full of bass drops and womp-womp sounds but nevertheless, they are just one of many bands and stars to embrace the defining musical sound of the last few years.
Take a look through the videos below to see who else has been offending us with their bad take on what is often an exciting and boundary-pushing genre.
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