30 Seconds to Mars Discuss New Album
At one point, after their successful 2009 release This Is War, 30 Seconds to Mars seemed to be no more. But later in 2012, frontman Jared Leto began discussing a follow-up, one that he called the strongest of their career. This past week, Leto spoke in greater detail about the release, explaining they just finished mastering it but the group is still making changes.
Let explains that, after touring, 30 Seconds to Mars eventually got to work on this album, which he predicts will be more definitive than This Is War. He explained: “I think there's a feeling that all of us in the band have that, especially after touring as long as we did last time, that this is a really important album for us; it's a critical album for us. It's an evolution, this album is more of who we are than we have ever been before, and we've gone to an entirely new place, which is incredibly exciting. And it's provocative at the same time, because changes bring new opportunities, new challenges, a chance to learn."
In the process, the act wrote 70 songs. While Leto reveals the album has been turned in, it still has no release date, and the title has yet to be divulged.
Back in November 2012, Leto called this album a “complete transformation,” one that is “stronger, better, [and] more evolved.”
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