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Simulation Theory World Tour: Muse, Tom Morello, Pale Waves
Boasting eight acclaimed albums, 20 million sales (as of 2019) and the most dazzling shows on earth, Muse are a triumph of millennial rock innovation and ambition. Formed in 1994 in Devon, they emerged with 1999’s Top 30 debut album Showbiz, showcasing their high art / hard rock blueprint. The band entered the realms of 'cultdom' with 2001’s double-platinum Origin Of Symmetry, an early masterpiece revolutionising modern rock with classical themes drawn from astronomy, theology and quantum physics.
Drones, their seventh studio album, was released in June 2015 and debuted at number one in 21 countries around the world including their first number one album in the United States. Their most recent album Simulation Theory was released in November 2018.
Winning many awards over the years, the band has become widely recognised as one the best live bands in the world with their unmatched stage and light shows.
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Few rock guitarists in the 1990s were as groundbreaking as Tom Morello, who incorporated myriad different styles into his own playing, which spread across a number of bands and solo projects into the 21st century. His trademark style, elastic slapping, atmospheric distortion, and effects that resembled turntable scratching, was a crucial component of Rage Against the Machine's rap-metal sonic attack in the late '90s, helping launch Morello and the band to Grammy-winning, multi-platinum success.
After that influential outfit entered an indefinite hiatus in 2000, Morello's signature guitar could be heard in supergroups Audioslave, Prophets of Rage, and Street Sweeper Social Club. Additionally, Morello is also a vocal political activist and solo artist who performs as the Nightwatchman.
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Manchester natives Pale Waves are the indie pop up-and-comers bringing '80s new wave back. 'With lyrics that play on the melodrama of youth and sonic elements that inspire the impressive, rock-fused poptimism of the ‘80s, they could have soundtracked iconic films like The Breakfast Club'.
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