It is their fourth consecutive number one LP following Absolution, Black Holes and Revelations and The Resistance.
Mumford & Sons drop one place to two with Babel, while Pink stays at three with The Truth About Love.
The Killers also stay at four with Battle Born, while Emeli Sandé climbs back up two to five with Our Version of Events.
The Overtones enter at six with their second album Higher. Electric Light Orchestra land at ten with All Over the World: The Very Best Of.
DJ Fresh enters at 14 with Nextlevelism, while Van Morrison lands at 15 with Born To Sing: No Plan B.
The John Wilson Orchestra score a new entry at 18 with Rodgers & Hammerstein At the Movies. Lower than Atlantis enter at 25 with Changing Tune.
Beth Orton returns at 26 with new album Sugaring Season, while Flying Lotus enters at 34 with Until the Quiet Comes.
Tori Amos's new collection Gold Dust is new at 36, followed by Papa Roach's The Connection at 37.
Watch the video for Muse's 'Madness' below:
Source: Official Charts Company
> This week's singles chart
View the latest Official Top 100 Album Chart