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24 October 2011 @ 08:25 pm
Seeing as myself and most of the mods are more active over there now than here we have decided that it's time for us to make a blog there! So you can follow us here: http://ontd-30stm.tumblr.com/ and hopefully we'll be back up to speed on giving you the latest Mars related news and media :)
24 October 2011 @ 08:22 pm

Shot by Terry Richardson he will appear in the December 2011 issue.

24 August 2011 @ 10:17 pm
I thought this would help getting more people into 30 Seconds to Mars' GetGlue page. But first:

What is GetGlue?

GetGlue is a service that helps you find your next favorite movie, book, music album or other every day thing. GetGlue shows you things that you'll like based on your personal tastes, what your friends like, and what's most popular on GetGlue.

Find more about this HERE.

So, let's start:

This is War
This is War, the latest album by 30 Seconds to Mars, is a sonic epic that features otherworldly melodies and grand sweeping vocals. Share this one proudly. It's from our friends at EMI Music.

How to Earn It
Check-in to 30 Seconds to Mars with comment "This Is War".

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I'll try to keep this updated if there are any new stickers, which I'm pretty sure, there will be!
Jared Leto tells MTV News the band will fly overnight from Ireland just to make it to the big show.

At last year's Video Music Awards, 30 Seconds to Mars wreaked havoc on the white carpet, very nearly blinded drummer Shannon Leto with a "glitter bomb" and took home the award for Best Rock Video — all within the span of roughly three hours. Needless to say, it was a night they'll remember for a long time.

Now that their epic, ultra-NSFW "Hurricane" video has been nominated for a trio of awards — Best Cinematography, Best Direction and Best Editing — at the 2011 VMAs, how do they plan to top last year's madness? Well, for starters, they're going to show up.
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Every song Thirty Seconds To Mars performed at their extraordinary "MTV Unplugged" presented by Starburst taping was reimagined, rearranged, reconsidered and refined until each song became its own extraordinary, ethereal experience in its own right. But perhaps no song was as unexpectedly revelatory as the band's choice to cover U2's "Where The Streets Have No Name" as their Contradictions Track.

With the help of a gospel choir and meticulous orchestration, Thirty Seconds To Mars took "Where The Streets Have No Name" -- a gargantuan behemoth of an anthem known for rousing stadiums, castles, and other major landmarks, and, in the case of the classic video, filling the streets of Los Angeles and nearly shutting down the city -- and created a formidable yet supremely spiritual homage to U2's original. "Coming in on the last song like that... gave everybody a lift" Jared Leto said of the song coming together once the gospel choir was added to the arrangement.

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