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Muse announce Dublin date
Prog rock trio are over in November...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 24 Sep 2012
As they prepare to unleash brand new album The 2nd Law, Muse have lined up a date at The O2, Dublin on Saturday November 3 as part of a huge European tour.
The follow-up to 2009's The Resistance sees Muse experiment more than ever, with bassist Chris Wolstenholme lending his writing and vocal talents to two tracks on the album. Tickets for the Dublin show priced €54.65 go on sale this Friday September 28. The 2nd Law gets its official Irish release on the same day. Check out our verdict in the latest issue of Hot Press (Mumford & Sons cover), out now!
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