Muse Self Produce New Panic Station Video

04/23/2013
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(Radio.com) Muse's long awaited "Panic Station" video is here and likely to shock your senses. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenhome slid into fluorescent tights and stepped right into what looks like a video game.

Shot in Tokyo, Japan, the video takes a page right out of a modern children's TV show with colorful costumes, alien creatures, and a keyboard-player-attacking octopus. And what music video would be complete without a T-Rex? and unlike most high-profile music videos, Muse did not contract outside help. The band was responsible for the entirety of the process; writing, production, direction and editing was all handled in-house.

"Panic Station" is one of only three studio-recorded songs with swearing in it ("Crying Shame" and "Hidden track"). It also marks the first time Matt has sworn on an album track. more on this story

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