Jared sends Message to Japan

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Jared playing MARSflashLA – Video

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Jared on the Cover of Contributor Magazine

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Jared is featured in this month issue of Contributor Magazine. To see it in full size click on the image below. If anyone is interested the magazine can be bought online click HERE

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Jared sends Message to Portugal

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Loveline Interview with 30 Seconds to Mars – Video & Picture

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Jared & Tomo were on Loveline yeterday. Loveline posted a picture of Jared on their instagram to see it in full size click the image below.



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LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS Thirty Seconds To Mars Album Review

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From Buzznet

“I think that LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS are four of the most essential ingredients for life itself. They are some of the most common, mundane words in existence, but also the most powerful.” – Jared Leto

OH my God. Let me start with that.

Let’s also start with saying this is my favorite album of 2013. With each and every song telling a beautiful story laced with extremely powerful orchestrated symphonies and epic chorus’s, Thirty Seconds To Mars have more than out done themselves with LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS. I haven’t heard an album in a long time that I have just sat and listened to over and over and over again without skipping one song, but this one does it for me.

Let’s start track by track. “Birth” starts of course with the voice that says “LOVE” and builds up with horns, into a slow and overtaking chorus that consumes you whole right into the album in just a short two minutes. And if you caught it, “Birth” is the ending track of the new “Up In The Air” short film.

Making an epic introduction to the track “Conquistador” that is easily one of the next tracks on a Rock Band or Guitar Hero game. This track reminds me of Thirty Seconds To Mars circa 2005, A Beautiful Lie, and it rocks even harder than everything combined on that album.

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Love Lust Faith + Dreams Commentary by Jared

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Thirty Seconds To Mars – Birth (Lyric Video)

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30 Seconds to Mars perform on Conan O’Brien

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The PV Q&A: Thirty Seconds to Mars’ Jared Leto—”It Feels Like a Brand New Beginning For Us”

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From Purevolume They also posted some pics of 30 Seconds to Mars performing at KROQ Weenie Roast. You can see them HERE

You’ve got to hand it to Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto. When he wanted to announce his outfit’s return with an apocalyptic new fourth salvo, Love Lust Faith + Dreams, he really went the astronomical distance—and quite literally, by sending the set’s flagship single “Up in the Air” into the stratosphere aboard a Falcon rocket headed straight for the International Space Station, where it had its recent premiere.

And the singer was even present for lift-off. “We had this crazy idea to send our music to space, to launch the single, to launch the video and then the album, and to launch this new chapter in our life,” Leto explains. “So we went to NASA and put our CD in a rocket, and it shot 261-miles up to the station. And we debuted our song in space!”

And it does mark a new genesis for Thirty Seconds to Mars: “Love Lust” opens with the jazzy, swinging horns of “Birth,” then keps upping the sonic ante with the marching “Conquistador,” a furious, string-buttressed “The Race,” the morbid piano dirge “End of All Days,” a huge coliseum rocker called “Bright Lights,” and the serpentine, rattlesnake-percussion perambulator “Northern Lights,” with Leto intoning “They don’t believe that I have a soul left to be saved.” He finishes the thought on the closing acoustic ballad “Depuis L Debut,” wherein he coldly notes that “I dance with a billion devils” and “Died from a life of sin,” then chorus promises “There will be blood.”

What’s been going on in his life since 2009’s tortured This is War? Quite a lot, as he related last week, after opening his Church of Mars Tour at—where else?—St. Peter’s Church in Chelsea, New York City.

PureVolume: You actually got Damien Hirst to do your album cover? How?
I begged! And I was really, really psyched that he said yes. And it was great—we used it in the video, and we used it as the album cover. And not only one Damien Hirst painting, but actually two—there’s one on the CD itself. And I’ve always been inspired by his work. He’s a mad scientist, a provocateur, so it was really great to use some of his art, really wonderful. He’s pretty legendary, and the thing I like about his art is, it makes you think. It makes you reconsider the possibilities. And not just about art, but about love and death and beauty. And that was in line with Love Lust Faith + Dreams, an album that’s really about all of those things.

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