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Muse's origins can be traced to Teignmouth, Devon at Teignmouth Community School, where Bellamy had been in a number of bands previously including Carnage Mayhem and Gothic Plague with drummer Dominic Howard. When members of Gothic Plague left because of other interests, Bellamy and Howard asked Wolstenholme to join. In 1994, using the name Rocket Baby Dolls, they won the school's "Battle of the Bands" which led them to take the band more seriously. They decided to change their name to a more "professional" one, and Muse was born. The band consisted (and still consists) of Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme (bass guitar and backing vocals) and Dominic Howard (percussion). Muse struggled to establish itself during their early years, but have since gone on to enjoy worldwide success. Muse blend alternative, art rock, experimental rock, progressive rock, classical music, electronica and many more. The band are also well known for their energetic and visually dazzling live performances.[5] On 16–17 June 2007, Muse became the first band to sell out the newly built Wembley Stadium in London.[6] Muse has released six studio albums, Showbiz (1999), Origin of Symmetry (2001), Absolution (2003), Black Holes and Revelations (2006), The Resistance (2009) and The 2nd Law (2012). Muse have also released two live albums, HAARP (2008) and Live at Rome Olympic Stadium (2013), and a compilation album. The compilation Hullabaloo (2002) consisted of two discs and was designed to accompany the Hullabaloo DVD. The first disc contains a collection of 10 B-sides recorded between March 1999 and October 2001. The second disc features 11 live songs recorded on 28–29 October 2001 at 'Le Zenith' in Paris.


Matthew James Bellamy (born 9 June 1978) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and composer

n September 2009, Bellamy has mentioned the extensive use of Dickinson amplifiers on their album The Resistance.[15] Bellamy owns many Manson guitars, of which all were built by Hugh Manson except the Mirror Kaoss, Doubleneck, Keytar and Matt Black II which were built by Tim Stark. All of the guitars built for Bellamy, aside from the 7 String E Guitar, have a shape that he designed with Hugh Manson several years ago, dubbed Mattocaster. The Mattocaster shape resulted from Bellamy wanting a guitar with "the body of a Fender Telecaster and the sound of a Gibson Les Paul".[16] Bellamy is also famed for his use of the Zvex Fuzz Factory, which he uses to achieve his signature feedback squeals, most famously heard on the introduction of "Plug in Baby". He has said that the core of his tone is a Vox AC30

Lasting Impact

Matthew Bellamy Created A Song And It Is In The Movie World War Z


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