By George Loomis
Muse was on the “Twilight” soundtrack with “Supermassive Black Hole,” the “New Moon” soundtrack with “I Belong to You,” and now they’re ready to provide even more for the vampire saga on the “Eclipse” album. What do they have in mind for “Eclipse”? Just your average love song about destined lovers dying for one another: a little tune called “Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever).”
The initial reaction to our EXCLUSIVE first look at the video for “Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)” has been positive, and if you think about it, why wouldn’t it be? The song has everything fans have come to know and love about Muse — from colossal instrumentals to their hopelessly romantic lyrics — not to mention everything that “Twilight” fans would want in a lead single to the latest film of the saga. With a chorus like “Love is forever, and we’ll die, we’ll die together,” could any song better suit Bella and Edward?
What do you think of the 30 second snippet? Do you think Muse was the right choice or is Stephenie Meyer — their biggest fan — too biased to make the best decision?