Muse drummer Dom Howard has said the second half of the band's gigs at the Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend will see the band "probably just do the old cheap encore and play a few hits!"
He made the comments during an interview the band carried out with music magazine NME ahead of the weekend's festivities, something festival
goers heading to either site with their camping gear
may be excited about.
But a central feature of their performance will be a reprisal of hits on the album Origin of Symmetry.
Singer Matt Bellamy said: "It's always been an album the hardcore fans have always talked about as one of their favourites, if not the favourite."
And this will be presented along with a new style of stage show, he promised.
The performance of the album comes ten years after the album was released and to mark the occasion, the band has released commemorative T-shirts.