Muse to release first 4K concert film

Everybody’s favourite futurist stadium-rockers, Muse, will be setting a record by releasing the first ultra-high definition concert film.

‘Muse – Live At Rome Olympic Stadium, July 2013’ was shot in 4K, a format four times the definition of the current industry standard with 8.8 million pixels. A preview screening featuring Matt Bellamy’s blackheads will take place in 20 cinemas worldwide on 5th November and then at a further 100 on the 7th.

The awe-inspiring set itself was shot in front of a crowd of 60,000 fans and features classics such as ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ and ‘Plug in Baby.’

Muse have said: “This is the biggest tour we’ve done in terms of scale and production value and it’s definitely the show we’re most proud of so we’re really excited to be able to release it as the first ever ultra high definition concert film. It captures an extraordinary amount of detail and not just everything we’re doing - the fans, even those at the back, the set, the actors and the incredible atmosphere on a very special night in Rome. We can promise our fans, whether they managed to come to the live shows or not, an entirely new Muse concert experience.”   

For tickets and the locations of the selected venues just go to Muse.mu.

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