Muse have unveiled the artwork for their upcoming album The 2nd Law and we've decided we'd like to get it for our office wall.
At first we were left confused at what the cover was but after some research it appears that the cover contains a colourful photograph of a human brain, taken from The Human Connectome Project.
The image shows the brain's pathways and how it processes information, with bright neon colours.
The band's new album The 2nd Law will be released on September 17, followed by an arena tour of the UK in October.
Muse recently revealed that The 2nd Law is heavily inspired by Skrillex, saying that they wanted to try a more 'dubstep' approach for their new material.
The band then went on to say that they wanted to try a new sound using 'real instruments' after attending a gig by the Skrillex electro-dubstep producer.
Frontman Matt Bellamy told NME: "We went to see Skrillex in Camden around October. We went, 'F*ck, it's so heavy', loved it.
"It was like a full metal gig, they had circles of death, people were moshing, I hadn't seen a reaction like that to electronic music before. We took inspiration and came up with [album track] 'The 2nd Law: Unsustainable'."
Muse's new single 'Survival':