Who are the members of Thirty Seconds to Mars?

Thirty Seconds to Mars (commonly stylized as 30 Seconds to Mars) is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1998. The band consists of brothers Jared Leto (lead vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Shannon Leto (drums, percussion). During the course of its existence,…

When did Thirty Seconds to Mars record This Is War?

Thirty Seconds to Mars began recording their third studio album This Is War in August 2008. To produce the record, the band worked with Flood and Steve Lillywhite . Thirty Seconds to Mars had attempted to sign with a new label after the A Beautiful Lie tour, prompting EMI (the parent label of Virgin) to file a lawsuit for $30 million.

When did Thirty Seconds to Mars Dangerous Night come out?

On January 25, 2018, Thirty Seconds to Mars released “Dangerous Night” as the second single from their upcoming fifth studio album. In February 2018, the band officially announced the Monolith Tour with Walk the Moon, Misterwives, K. Flay, Joywave, and Welshly Arms.

When did Thirty Seconds to Mars release a Beautiful Lie?

Thirty Seconds to Mars returned to the studio in March 2004 to begin working on their second album A Beautiful Lie, with Josh Abraham producing. During the recording process, the band traveled to four different continents to accommodate Jared Leto’s acting career.

Why was the song Thirty Seconds to Mars important?

“Thirty seconds to Mars—the fact that we’re so close to something that’s not a tangible idea. Also Mars being the God of War makes it really interesting, as well. You could substitute that in there, but what’s important for my brother and I, is that it be imaginative and really represent the sound of our music in as unique a way as possible.”

What is the room number in 30 seconds to Mars?

With the release of This Is War, 30 Seconds to Mars introduced a new logo, known as the Triad, which refers to a “group of three”, hence the three sides of the triangle. In ‘The Kill’ The number 6277 is used for the room number because it spells out “Mars” on a telephone keypad.