The band have their own recording studios at Lake Como in Italy Muse's new studio album could see them move away from their traditional rock sound to create a more "orchestral", classical offering.
Frontman Matt Bellamy said: "There's some really brilliant songs coming out, some of our best material I think."
The follow-up to 2006's Black Holes And Revelations is expected later this year coinciding with an Autumn tour.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music, Bellamy revealed the record's sound could see the band abandoning their traditional rock leanings completely. Muse frontman, Matt Bellamy
"A symphonic album has turned up here, like a full collaboration with an orchestra," he said.
"There's definitely a few things on the album which are segueing into each other and it's all very orchestral, but that could take over the album, so it could actually be kind of classical act basically, and move away from rock all together.
"We'll be knocking on Classic FM's door, you know?"
I can't wait. I love their last album, Black Holes And Revelations.
That sounds interesting. I love this band. Although I have to say that I was disappointed with their live album. The sound was very inconsistant and mostly bad. There's no excuse for that these days, IMO.