Thirty Seconds To Mars
Thirty Seconds To Mars’ documentary Artifact, chronicling their war with record label EMI, has finally been given a proper release date. But you won’t be able to see it in a theater near you.
Jared Leto Recruits Kanye West, Selena Gomez & More for Thirty Seconds to Mars’ ‘City of Angels’ Short Film
Among the film’s many stars includes Selena Gomez, Olivia Wilde, James Franco, Lindsay Lohan, Corey Feldman, Shaun White and all three members of Thirty Seconds to Mars.
Never shying away from a tough cover song, Thirty Seconds To Mars took Rihanna’s heart string-pulling “Stay” to a whole new level.
Last month, Thirty Seconds To Mars asked fans — i.e. the Echelon — to get tattoos of their lyrics for a chance to be in their new music video, “Do Or Die.”
Thirty Seconds To Mars want you to be in their new video, but it’s going to cost you an arm or perhaps a leg.
This is what happens when a major label (Columbia) shells out the money to throw an old-school promo party behind an act that, 20 years into its career, has not lost its worldwide cool status.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explored Thirty Seconds To Mars’ music video history. The band themselves shed some light on their work, as well as a panel of past collaborators.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
This week, May 20 – 26, is all about rock ‘n’ roll: The National are performing on two late night shows; former (and possibly future) Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is performing two nights back-to-back; and Thirty Seconds to Mars bring on the emo.
From the clutch of emerging bands that performed early in the day through the marquee headliners, the songs of summer 2013 galvanized the diehard crowd of Southern Californian music fans.
Jared Leto believes fans will be impressed with their latest album, ‘LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS,’ and even more so, he thinks they’ll gain a few new fans that wrote off the band years ago.
As Thirty Seconds To Mars gear up for the May 21st release of their fourth album, LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS, they sat down with Radio.com to explain why the release marks their new beginning.
A band can be anywhere when they hear their song for the first time. In a car. In a store. Or, as is the case for Thirty Seconds To Mars, be in the parking lot of a Home Depot.
Slated for May 18, the KROQ Weenie Roast 2013 will feature The Black Keys, Thirty Seconds To Mars and Vampire Weekend among its list of headlining acts.
With the short 38-second teaser clip, the band doesn’t give much away, but leaves us wondering what the heck cockatoos, ruby red lips and a spinning ring have to do with their new single.