Muse are arguably the finest of the crop of British guitar bands to have emerged in the last decade. Like Radiohead and Coldplay before them, their exceptional music has made them a success not just in the UK, but globally. Their operatic music, catchy lyrics and Matthew's aching vocals are unsurpassed, and have propelled them from small gigs to headlining major festivals. They strive to make beautiful records that touch, move and enrich their listeners, which has enable them to become a sensation with no limit to what they can achieve! 'Muse: Manic Depression' goes behind the scenes, to tell the full story of Muse. It follows their journey from small town Devon to playing festivals and arenas around the globe. It reveals what influenced them and shaped them to become one of the biggest Rock acts in the world, and what lies ahead for their future. The complete and unauthorised DVD documentary of Muse. Exclusive in-depth interviews with those that have worked closely with Muse including: Walter Aleyn - record producer, Scot McKenzie - Muse tour technician, Jackie Parks - 'Battle of The Bands' organiser (which Muse won), Louise Steggals - Muse remixer, Kerrang Journalist Catherine Yates - and many others.