UNDATED (CBS) -- Three years after their chart-topping album The Resistance, Muse is back with a new album that might be the band's most eccentric yet. Two of the band members gave us the scoop about their new tour.
Rolling Stone calls Muse's sixth album the band's biggest, craziest music yet. Matt Bellamy with Muse says, "Definitely a bit more electronic, a bit more funk, groove, dance stuff in this album I think."
Since Muse got together in 1994, this GRAMMY award winning band has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide. Their latest, 2nd Law, debuted at number one on the UK Billboard charts and tackles some heady topics from the recent banking crisis to fatherhood.
The song "Follow Me" includes the heartbeat of frontman Bellamy's newborn son with actress Kate Hudson. He says, "There are a couple more personal tracks on the song that talks about love and things like that that's not so much on the last couple of albums so that's definitely part of you know, becoming a father."
The trio is gearing up for their first tour in nearly two years and, as usual, they're promising a spectacle. Bellamy says, "This time we have this huge LED upside down pyramid that can kind of move around and morph and turn itself inside out."
Muse fans in the U.S. will have to wait until January to catch their new tour, which kicks off in San Diego.