Epic-rockers Muse are offering a free download of a live track on their website. The song, titled Fury, dates back to 2003 when it appeared on the Japanese release of Absolution.
A previous live performance of Fury was released on Muse's Absolution Tour DVD, but the newly-available version was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall earlier this year.
Fury is the third 'release' from the Muse camp since their last studio album (2006's Black Holes & Revelations), the others being a leaked collaboration with The Streets' Mike Skinner and HAARP, their album/DVD package of 2007's Wembley shows.
Where's album five?
Muse have never been afraid of releasing live albums and DVDs â in fact they've released three compared to four studio records â and we've never accused them of 'selling out' for doing so (nor will we, ever).
But with fans â MusicRadar included â eagerly awaiting album five (which, according to the band, won't be ready for a while), is the release of yet another live track just something to keep us quiet?
Not that we're being overly grumpy and complaining about free stuff, of courseâ¦
Head to Muse's website to get Fury.