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MTV & VH1 will host the global premiere of MUSE new music vdeo for ‘Neutron Star Collision’ tomorrow May 20th at 8pm ET/5pm PT! Read the official press release below:
New York, May 17, 2010 – MTV and VH1 will be the exclusive on-air and online outlets to globally premiere the new video from multi-platinum group Muse. “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever),” the lead single from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, will feature never-before-seen footage from Summit Entertainment’s The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and debut on MTV, VH1, MTV2, mtvU, MTV Hits, MTV.com, and VH1.com as well as on MTV and VH1′s international channels on Thursday, May 20 at 8pm ET/5PM PT. Summit’s The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hits theaters worldwide this summer, while the soundtrack is set to be released June 8 on Chop Shop/Atlantic. “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)” is Muse’s third consecutive track featured in the Twilight movies, as they were also included on the soundtracks for Twilight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
To watch the video online viewers can go to muse.mtv.com and Music.VH1.com on Thursday, May 20 beginning at 12pm ET/PT.
Muse’s global premiere demonstrates MTV and VH1’s unique international scale and connects fans to the latest and greatest acts on the world music scene. “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)” will premiere on MTV and VH1’s on-air and digital assets, which number more than 75 channels and over 260 websites in 163 countries, across North America, Latin America, Asia, and Europe.
Muse’s current album, The Resistance (Warner Bros. Records), debuted at #1 on the Alternative, Rock, and Internet album charts and earned the band their highest-ever debut on the Billboard 200, bowing at #3 last year. The first single “Uprising” remained at #1 for 19 consecutive weeks on Mediabase’s Alternative Rock chart—breaking the record for the longest run at #1 in the history of the chart. Muse also became the first artist ever to have two songs (“Uprising” and “Resistance”) in the top 3 on both Mediabase and BDS Alternative Rock charts in the same week. The Resistance became an international smash, landing 20 #1 debuts around the world, including Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, and the U.K.
Seth just posted on StephenieMeyer.com the exciting news that MUSE will be the first single on the Eclipse Soundtrack!
The first single on “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” has just been confirmed and I get to bring you the exclusive details. Stephenie’s very favorite band, Muse, has contributed a song called “Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)” and it’s the first single from the project. It will be out on May 17th. I haven’t heard it yet, but I am very excited. The official soundtrack will also be available on June 8th. You can pre-order the Eclipse soundtrack here.
Earlier this month it was reported that Muse would not be on the Eclipse movie soundtrack, not because of lack of interest, but a business deal couldn’t be made. Now, Twilighters Anonymous is reporting that they will be on the soundtrack:
TA has a reporter who has been covering events down at the SXSW (South By Southwest) Festival in Austin, Texas all week. Well today that reporter happened to find themselves in conversation with informed sources from Chop Shop/Atlantic Records. The source has confirmed that Muse will indeed be on the Eclipse soundtrack.
See the article HERE!
Dose.ca has a new interview with the band’s Dominic Howard where they found out Muse will not be in the New Moon soundtrack. They even had a song inmind for it that they said would have fit Edward and Bella well. Read the whole article here!
“Oh, it’s nothing to do with Stephenie, she’s totally cool,” says Howard, beginning to explain how Muse have potentially broken their Twilight hat-trick. “It’s the people in the movie business, completely outside of the writers and the creative types, the non-creative types I suppose are the people who are quite hard to deal with in Hollywood, so it didn’t work out.”