It's been two years since 30 Seconds To Mars released their third studio album This Is War. The band has been constantly touring in support of the record and will be recognized for their hard work with an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records.

NME reports that 30 Seconds To Mars' December 7 show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York will officially give the trio the record for "Most Shows Performed During A Single Album Cycle".

"We have been on the road for an incredible and insane two years and thought what better way to celebrate the end of this phenomenal journey than with a week of special shows in New York City," frontman Jared Leto said in a statement. "We thought documenting this for posterity with the 'Guinness Book of World Records' would be fun especially as we aren't any good at growing our fingernails very long or cultivating the world's largest squash."

Fans continue to speculate about the future of 30STM and the band refuses to give any concrete answers, only stating that they'll be taking an extended hiatus. Maybe they'll stay inactive until a new band threatens to break their upcoming world record. Motivation has to be found somewhere.

Did you see 30 Seconds To Mars live when they came to The Orbit Room in April? Check out our photo gallery to re-live the night.

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