This has to stop. Muse‘s dramatic, over-the-top rock music is already so close to being “too much,” but it always came so close to that line while still maintaining enough integrity to be taken—for the most part—seriously. Then they did this.

Unless this is somehow a clever stab at the “unsustainable” nature of trends in music, it appears that Muse has jumped on the dubstep bandwagon and gone full-blown womp-womp. Somewhere in the world, Skrillex is fist-pumping and planning a collaboration.

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