Supremacy (song)

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Matt while recording the song
Muse song
Name Supremacy
Album/single The 2nd Law (album)
Length Unknown
Alternative titles -
First live performance
Latest live performance
Recorded 2011-2012
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer Muse


By error of Bellamy, Howard, Wolstenholme or Kirk, the name of the song was leaked by a photo on Twitter, until it was deleted.

Jamie Haas is a nob.


On March 30th 2012, a rumour started on-line, spreading through most of the social networks like twitter and facebook and, naturally, most Muse forums and fan-pages. Apparently, an excerpt of Supremacy had been leaked, revealing roughly 30 seconds of the song. The vocal version can be found here [1]. On April 1st 2012, the leak was confirmed to be fake, an April Fool's Day joke organised by Facebook page Coro Happy B-Day M. [1]

A picture of the Supremacy sheet paper leaked and was played by "DarnuTube" on YouTube.[2] It appears that the notes are the same that in the first part on the 2nd law trailer. So, we can suppose that the first part of the trailer is actually Supremacy. See alsoSupremacy (tablature) for the tab of this part.

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  1. Coro Happy B-Day M.. (2012-04-01). Buon Primo Aprile, Folks!. Facebook. Retrieved 2012-04-02 from
  2. DarnuTube. (2012-05-25). Supremacy interpretation by DarnuTube. Facebook. Retrieved 2012-06-09 from