It what seems to be a plot line out of the Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day, Asking Alexandria remain the Rocktagon champion for 15 nights in a row. This time the band faces a formidable opponent in the Jared Leto-led Thirty Seconds to Mars.
30 Seconds to Mars fans are a committed bunch, but there are some fans who take their devotion to extremes. While speaking on England's XFM, frontman Jared Leto revealed that the strangest thing he's been sent over the years was an ear from an anonymous fan.
Way to go Grand Rapids! Smart decision making voting for my boys, 30 Seconds to Mars ;) Tonight they will be taking on the new song from All That Remains! Listen to both songs and vote for the one you like best! Tune in tonight around 8:30 when the Rocktagon is live on GRD!
Eve To Adam kicked Linkin Parks ass! No joke! Taking home 95% of the votes! Tonight they will be facing the new song from 30 Seconds To Mars! Listen to both songs and vote for the one you like best! Tune in tonight around 8:30 when the rocktagon is live on grd!
30 Seconds to Mars have just released the track 'Up in the Air,' the band's first single from their upcoming fourth studio album, 'Love Lust Faith + Dreams.' The song made its outer space premiere at the International Space Station today, and now you can hear 'Up in the Air' right here on Earth.
It may not quite reach the red planet, but 30 Seconds to Mars are about to make their debut in the realm of outer space. The band's new single 'Up in the Air' will actually be launched into orbit on Friday (March 1) to eventually reach its destination of the International Space Station.
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.
30 Seconds To Mars will release four songs from their recent MTV Unplugged performance through a digital EP on August 23. The set will include songs from their 2009 album This Is War, as well as a cover of a classic U2 song.
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30 Seconds To Mars, who may be the most melodramatic band in rock, are thinking about taking a long, overdue break. After touring for over a year in a half, the trio are ready to take some R&R.
30 Seconds To Mars brought a visual and sonic onslaught to a SOLD OUT Orbit Room crowd Tuesday night. The band has been touring for what seems like forever in support of their latest album, This Is War. Frontman Jared Leto and guitarist Tomo hung out with a few GRD listeners before the show. View the photos after the jump.
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