British rockers Muse have always been at the forefront of incorporating the latest in music technology in their albums and live shows. Now they are about to take on the visual spectrum as well. Muse are getting ready to release Live at Rome Olympic Stadium, a concert film shot in front of 60,000 fans in July this year.

The film is shot in the new format 4K, also known as Ultra High Definition, which allow for razor sharp images. It is the first concert film to use the new format. Advance screenings will be held in 20 different cities on November 5. Starting in Sydney and finishing up in Los Angeles, screenings in 4K will take place in Amsterdam, London, and Tokyo among other cities. Live at Rome Olympic Stadium will get a worldwide general release on November 6.

For complete details on where you can catch Live at Rome Olympic Stadium, visit Muse's website.