Watch: Muse play ’15 minutes of metal’ and debut new tunes at charity show

The proceeds went toward the Prince's Trust

Last night, Muse played a charity show at London, England’s Royal Albert Hall, where they performed songs from Simulation Theory live for the first time, and played a medley composed of “15 minutes of metal.” The show’s proceeds went toward the Prince’s Trust, which is a youth charity that helps vulnerable young people get jobs, education, and training, and the band raised over half a million pounds for the organization.

Muse played tracks like “Algorithm,” “Showbiz,” and “Break It To Me” live for the first time ever. They then proceeded to play a medley of “15 minutes of metal,” which was made up of clips of some of their heavier tracks like “Stockholm Syndrome,” “Assassin,” “Reapers,” “Dead Star,” and more.

Check out the performances below.

Lead photo courtesy of Jeff Forney.