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Thirty Seconds To Mars

Started in 1998 as a family project by brothers Jared and Shannon Leto, 30 Seconds to Mars originally gained attention due to Jared's acting career (which began in the mid-'90s with the ABC teen drama My So-Called Life). Boosted by Jared's stardom or not, the band quickly moved into its own realm as it settled on a permanent four-man lineup and released its first self-titled album in 2002. A Beautiful Lie followed up in 2005, as 30 Seconds To Mars continued to tour heavily and win fans with their heavy, melodic brand of emo-metal.

Thirty Seconds To Mars Concert Films

  • Live At Download Festival 2013

    Thirty Seconds To Mars

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 8 min

    It’s no wonder why Thirty Seconds to Mars has consistently enjoyed sold out tours and numerous headlining festival slots. The band is noted for its energetic live performances and for fusing many music genres. They have been compared to the sounds of bands such as Pink Floyd, The Cure, Tool, and U2, for their philosophical and spiritual lyrics, concept albums and their use of experimental music.
    With this live festival event Jared Leto and Co. succeed to deliver a full-sized visionary music experience with a setlist highly packed with fans all-time favorites like “Closer to the Edge,” “Night of the Hunter,” “Search and Destroy, ”, “The Kill, ” and many more.
     
     
  • MTV Unplugged

    Thirty Seconds To Mars

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 30 min

    Formed in 1998 by frontman Jared Leto and his older brother, 30 Seconds to Mars found success in the 2000s with a mix of post-grunge, screamo, and hard rock. The band gained a modest audience with its debut album, but it was the platinum-selling sophomore effort A Beautiful Lie that officially opened the flood gates in 2005, securing the band a frequent presence on MTV while paving the way for a number of successful tours. By placing all-access passes into 12 copies of the album, the bandmates also showed a savvy appreciation for marketing, which they revisited several years later by putting fans' photographs on the cover of their third album, This Is War.
     
     

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