No one’s gonna take me alive. The talented musicians of Mariachi Entertainment System took on quite the challenge. With the help of a little tequila, they performed this awesomely unexpected cover of the Muse track Knights of Cydonia, which always felt like a post-modern soundtrack for a Spaghetti western.
Michalina Malisz has made a name for herself by performing rock and metal songs on a hurdy-gurdy. In this video, she performs a medley of riffs Muse tracks, including Pressure, Supermassive Black Hole, and Hysteria, which sounds super cool on the instrument. Need more? How about some Rammstein or Black Sabbath?
We’ve heard a number of great covers from maromaro1337, and our ears can’t get enough of those low-fi analog tones. This time, the solo musician took on the bold and dynamic sounds of the 2003 Muse track Hysteria. You’ll want to crank your speakers up to 11 for this one.
Guitarist Luca Stricagnoli is back to wow us with yet another incredible fingerstyle performance, this time, taking on the incredibly dynamic Muse track Supermassive Black Hole, and extracting way more sound out of single guitar than should be physically possible.
It’s too late for a revolution… Brace for the final solution. The title track off of the upcoming Muse album Thought Contagion feels kind of like a dark sequel to the events of Uprising. The track features a great music video dripping with ’80s style and pop culture references.
8 Bit Universe presents an amazing chiptune cover version of the Muse classic Knights of Cydonia that sounds like it could have come straight out of a late ’80s side-scrolling shooter. We’re thinking something like R-TYPE could have easily used this as its soundtrack.