I was one of the lucky people who were at Bell Centre last Wednesday night. Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenhome and Dominic Howard from Muse were in town to promote their latest album The Resistance and they did an arena gig at Bell Center. Opening act was assured by American band Silversun Pickups who gave quite a good performance even if they’re not used to this kind of venue. Then, Muse hit the stage about 45 minutes later. Starting with the strong Uprising, it was an alignment of great rock’n’roll mixed with classical melodies just as Matt Bellamy knows to do it. Most of the new album was played, and they’ve done some old classics like Plug In Baby, Time Is Running Out, Hysteria and obviously first Twilight movie hit Supermassive Black Hole. Muse delivered it especially with the design of the stage and all the artistic aspect besides of the tunes. Green lasers, platforms where they played some times (so people in the high-level seats were able to see perfectly the show as well), images projections brought us in some other dimension. Yeah, Muse can be completely sci-fi, but it was completely amazing. Also, loved the smoother bit where Matt was sitting playin’ piano and also when Chris played some Ennio Morricone on harmonica. They proved again that they are very talented.