30 Seconds To Mars (formed 1998) 30 Seconds To Mars is an American rock band.
Formation: 30 Seconds To Mars were founded by Shannon Leto and Jared Leto and began as a family project. Matt Wachter then joined as a bassist and keyboardist and Tomo Milicevic became a guitarist. The name came from a thesis written by a Harvard professor that had a subsection entitled 30 Seconds To Mars.
Musical career: 30 Seconds To Mars released their self-titled debut album in 2002. Their second album 'A Beautiful Lie' brought them more success when it charted worldwide and went platinum. As part of the promotion, they enclosed a golden ticket in 12 copies that would allow the owner into any concert of theirs for free plus backstage access. In 2006, they won an MTV2 Award for 'The Kill'. That year MTV2 sponsored them on their 'Welcome to the Universe' tour which had an eco-friendly atmosphere with the tour bus being fuelled with vegetable oil. They unveiled the video for 'From Yesterday' in the People's Republic of China and based it on The Last Emperor. In 2008, they co-hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards. In the same year they performed at 'My Coke Fest' in South Africa. In 2008, Virgin Records attempted to sue them for $30 million for not fulfilling their contract with them. It was, however, later annulled. In 2009 they released their third album 'This Is War' and Jared also recorded the song 'Hurricane' with Kanye West. To support the album they went on their 'Into the Wild' worldwide Tour and subsequently appeared in the Guinness World Records for the 'Longest Concert Tour by a Rock Band' after playing 309 shows in two years. In 2012, it was announced they would release a fourth album called 'Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams'. On the record they worked with producer Steve Lillywhite (U2, The Killers). The first single was 'Up In The Air' which was sent to NASA and SpaceX and launched on the Dragon spacecraft on SpaceX CRS-2. It landed at the International Space Station in 2013 to be played by the crew.
Jared Leto and Thirty Seconds to Mars - 30 Seconds to Mars kick off their Australian tour in Perth. This is the first performance by Jared Leto and his band since winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, for his role in 'Dallas Buyers Club,' at this year's Oscars. - Perth, Australia - Tuesday 25th March 2014
There was also Ron Burgundy, huge wins for Eminem and Katy Perry and a wardrobe malfunction from Iggy Azalia
Miley Cyrus was always going to star in the Monday morning gossip headlines when she was first announced as a performer at the 2013 MTV EMAs. The question was: what will she do? Besides 'twerking' with a dwarf during the award show's opening act - which included a rendition of her hit 'We Can't Stop' - there really wasn't that much to write home about regarding her performances. It was what she did to celebrate winning the Best Video award that won her the headlines.
Each of Miley's outfits were as interesting as the one she showed up to the event in
Miley smokes up
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Thirty Seconds To Mars release a rather eerie lyric video for 'End Of All Days' which appears on their fourth album 'Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams', released earlier this year through Virgin and Universal. Their new album is so far their highest charting in the US and UK.
A week in music videos... Manic Street Preachers teamed up with Richard Hawley for the nostalgic title track from their upcoming new album 'Rewind The Film'. It has that classic Preachers mix of anthemic melodies and melancholic undertones that have kept them high in the UK album charts since their debut in 1992. Looking at their latest track, this new offering is going to be just as impossible to categorise musically as usual - but we like it that way! Watch the video for 'Rewind The Film' here.
If a perfect summer 2013 song exists, it's Dan Croll's 'In/Out'. It doesn't feature on his debut EP 'From Nowhere' which we're hoping means there's going to be some talk of a debut album soon. We defy you not to move to this calypso inspired dance track, the video for which features karaoke style lyrics - if you don't find this infectiously upbeat tune catchy enough. Watch the video for In/Out here.
Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Katy Perry are among the names confirmed for the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas in September. The two-day festival, set to be held on September 20 and 21, will also feature performances from Elton John, Keith Urban and a special pairing of Queen (with Brian May) and the former American Idol star Adam Lambert.
The main festival line-up was announced on Monday morning (July 15, 2013) in a press conference hosted by Ryan Seacrest. A final schedule will be announced closer to the festival, though Timberlake, Perry, Elton and Bruno Mars are likely to be the marquee names. The likes of Muse, Tiesto, Chris Brown, Fun, Phoenix, Maroon 5, Tim Mcgraw, Ke&ha, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Benny Benassi are other high profile names to have been confirmed.
Last year's festivals played host to No Doubt, Pink, Usher and Swedish House Mafia though it will be remembered for Billie Joe Armstrong's meltdown during Green Day's set. After smashing the band's instruments in protest of his set being cut short, Armstrong left the stage and was admitted to rehab the next day, cancelling his band's tour dates and promotional appearances.
The iHeartRadio Festival lineup packs a lot of talent into just two days.
Prepare for strangeness, as the iHeart Radio music festival is once again upon us and it comes with an eclectic lineup once again this year. Said lineup has now been announced, and while there won’t be another meltdown from Green Day frontman Billy Joe Armstrong, since the band won’t be performing this year, there are still plenty of names on their for fans of various genres to get excited about.
Productive as ever, Justin Timberlake will make an appearance.
For anyone who’s following current musical trends, Justin Timberlake and Ke$ha both feature in the lineup, as do J Cole, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, AWOLNATION and even 30 Seconds to Mars – pretty much everyone, who has an album to promote, it would seem. The festivities will once again be based in Las Vegas, taking place over Sept 20 and 21. There are some changes to the festival structure as well, with the addition of the iHeart village, featuring such talent as Miley Cyrus and Avril Lavigne. The village is actually a brand new festival stage – according to the official website “ On Saturday, September 21, from 10a - 4p, the iHeartRadio Music Festival Village takes over a brand-new outdoor venue, The Lot, right on the Strip. ” The full lineup (for both the main stage and the village) is listed below, curtesy of the official iHeart website.
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