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30 Seconds to Mars

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    Think you know all there is to know about 30 Seconds to Mars? Think again!
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    The band was formed by Jared and Shannon Leto and signed in 1998 to Virgin Records.

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    As of July 2013 they've won 82 awards and many accolades, including two MTV VMAs, six MTV EMA's, MTV Latin, Asia and Australia Awards, Billboard Modern Rock Artist of the Year, a Fuse Award, and six Kerrang! Awards.

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    They've sold over 10 million albums worldwide.

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    The video for A Beautiful Lie's title track and fourth single took the band 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

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    "The Kill" set a record for the longest-running hit in the history of Modern Rock radio when it remained on the national airplay chart for more than 50 weeks following its No. 3 peak in 2006.

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    Keep clicking for more shots of the band through the years...

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    Their video for Up in the Air was released in April 2013 and so far has over 8,750,000 views.

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars rocks the crowd at a taping of MTV2's "All That Rocks" at CBGB's in 2006.

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    Shannon is also known as "Shanimal" to his friends.

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    The band is known for hosting theme nights at their live shows, which have included White Night, Bloodball Night/The Kill, Neon/Fluorescent Night, This Is War/Military, Zombie Night, Doctor/Patient/Medical Night, Warpaint Night and more.

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    Tomo Milicivitch joined the band as lead guitarist in 2003 - his first show was on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.

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    A scene from The Church of Mars live in New York City, in May 2013. The band toured churches throughout the US in the Spring of 2013, putting on free shows to promote their album, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams.

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    Jared Leto brings it to Germany.

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    "From Yesterday” was the first American music video ever shot in the People’s Republic of China.

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    Matt Wachter (L) was the original bassist for Thirty Seconds to Mars, but he left in 2007 to join Angels and Airwaves.

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars fans are known as "The Echelon" and consider themselves a family.

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    Jumping into the crowd at MTV2 & LIFEbeat: The Music Industry Right Aids Annual Benefit Concert at Webster Hall on August 30, 2006 in New York City.

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    Here's Jared Leto posing with the band's MTV Europe Music Award in 2007 - they won in the "Rock Out" category.

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    Shannon Leto won the Drummies Award in 2012 from DRUM! Magazine.

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    On stage at the Download Festival 2013.

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    Ely Guerra (R) joins Thirty Seconds to Mars onstage during the Los Premios MTV Latin America 2007 in Mexico.

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    Accepting the award for Best Video Woodie-Live Action at the MTVU Woodie Awards 2006 for "The Kill".

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    Having fun on a photo shoot in NYC.

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    30 Seconds to Mars flash mob in Soho Square, London.

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    The video for Kings and Queens was shot in Los Angeles, featuring many night cycling scenes. Jared Leto said to MTV, " ... we have these empty streets, and it's kind of a haunting, forgotten landscape... It's about reclaiming public spaces."

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars always puts on a dramatic stage show. Here's a scene from a show in Madrid, Spain in November 2010.

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    Getting liftoff at the 2011 Reading Festival.

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars is very interested in environmental issues and launched abeautifullie.org to help fans and the public learn more about conserving the environment.

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    Hairwatch: Jared Leto's dark mohawk - at the Elle Style Awards 2010 (February 2010).

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    Hair watch: pink mohawk, circa May 2010.

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    Hairwatch: Blonde mohawk - August 2010 in Mexico City.

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    Jared Leto hairwatch, circa August 2010.

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    One of Jared Leto's many different hairstyles, circa June 2011.

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    An instore appearance at the Virgin Megastore in Hollywood, California in 2005. My how they've grown up!

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    30 Seconds to Mars on top of the 02 Arena promoting their album, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams.

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    Performing live in Melbourne, Australia in May 2007.

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    Performing at the Fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards in October 2006. Thirty Seconds to Mars received awards for "The Kill" as Best Video Inspired by Film, and Jared Leto won "Prince of Darkness."

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars loves its fans - here they are onstage with the band in Mexico City.

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    Celebrating their win for "Best Rock Video" at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards for "Kings and Queens."

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    The band's triad logo.

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    The band shows off their 2007 Kerrang! Award for Best Single for "The Kill."

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    Keeping in character.

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    Playing an intimate show in 2005.

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    At the 2008 Kerrang! Awards where they brought home bling for Best International Band and Best Single for "From Yesterday."

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    Another shot of their great performance at the 2006 Fuse Fangoria Awards.

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