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Caption and Photos By Andy ArgyrakisTake a foundation in modern day progressive rock, cross it with plenty of spacey sounds, symphonic breakdowns, plus occasional bits of metal, and the results are unquestionably Muse. The English trio recently turned in its latest masterpiece "The 2nd Law," which blends the best of those elements and so much more, as chronicled throughout the group's latest arena-filling tour. While potent and pummeling opening songs like "The 2nd Law: Unsustainable," "Supremacy," "Supermassive Black Hole" and "Panic Station" more than spoke for themselves, an endless onslaught of vibrant visuals helped make Muse's latest outing its most epic to date.
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