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      30 Seconds to Mars have been lurking in the background of mainstream music for over ten years now, supported by a huge fan base and colossal musical style. The group's epic style can't be categorized by one genre of music and falls somewhere between progressive and alternative rock. It&... read more
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      May 2 Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot San Juan, PRI Find Tickets
      May 7 Movistar Arena Santiago, CHL Find Tickets
      Jun 30 Tipsport Arena (Tesla Arena) Prague, CZE Find Tickets
      Jul 1 Symphony Hall Birmingham Birmingham, GBR Find Tickets
      Jul 2 Burg Clam Klam, AUT Find Tickets
      Jul 22 Paleo Festival Nyon Nyon, CHE Find Tickets
      Aug 8 Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, Florida Find Tickets
      Aug 9 George M. Steinbrenner Field Tampa, Florida Find Tickets
      Aug 12 PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, North Carolina Find Tickets
      Aug 13 Jiffy Lube Live Bristow, Virginia Find Tickets
      Aug 15 Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, New Jersey Find Tickets
      Aug 16 Xfinity Center (formerly Comcast Center) Mansfield, Massachusetts Find Tickets
      Aug 18 PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, New Jersey Find Tickets
      Aug 19 Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, New York Find Tickets
      Aug 21 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center, New York Find Tickets
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      30 Seconds to Mars have been lurking in the background of mainstream music for over ten years now, supported by a huge fan base and colossal musical style. The group's epic style can't be categorized by one genre of music and falls somewhere between progressive and alternative rock. It's this electronic, alternative, indie rock sound that has built 30 Second to Mars a huge fan base at tour dates around the world (known as The Echelon) and created three hit records. While the group's members haven't even confirmed that they'll make another album, there are plenty of tour dates in 2011 to keep fans satiated.

      In 1998, brothers Jared and Shannon Leto began playing together and writing songs in their spare time. With Jared playing rhythm guitar and providing vocals and Shannon on drums, they were soon joined by Kevin Drake on lead guitar (although he was replaced by Solon Bixler before the recording of their debut album, and later by Tomo Millicevic). The band continued to be merely a hobby for the group's members as they played local tour dates throughout Los Angeles. In 2001, the group was rounded out with the addition of Matt Watcher as a bassist, keyboardist, and the group's signature synthesizer.

      After playing tour dates around Los Angeles for years, 30 Seconds to Mars were signed to Virgin Records in early 2001. They released their self-titled, debut album in 2002 and was full of sci-fi themes, emotional lyrics, and a hard rock sound. The album received great reviews and reached #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. 30 Seconds to Mars reached the next musical plateau with the release of their second album, A Beautiful Lie, in 2005. The album produced four hit singles that received play on radio stations and tour dates; most notably "The Kill," which became a fixture on radios and television. The group's third album, This is War, was released in late 2009 but almost wasn't released at all, due to a lawsuit by Virgin Records. The album marked a change in 30 Seconds to Mars' sound, which was darker with a new wave infusion. The singles "Kings and Queens" and "This Is War" were both popular and both reached #1 in the Alternative Songs charts.

      With three successful albums out, fans are curious as to when an announcement of new music will come. To relieve some of the anxiety, 30 Seconds to Mars has plenty of international tour dates in 2011, including concert dates at some of the summer's biggest music festivals. The first concert date is on May 22 in San Juan, Puerto Rico and will pick up again on June 4 in Chicago. Music festival tour dates in 2011 will include Novarock in Austria, the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands, the Hove Festival in Norway, the Highfield Festival in Germany, and appearances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. Regular tour dates will occur primarily in European nations like Italy, Greece, and the UK, with a June 15 concert date in Paris already sold out.

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