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24 Apr
2012


Thirty Seconds To Mars have announced that they are currently working on their 4th studio album, the follow-up to 2009’s global hit This Is War. The new album is a “dramatic departure from the past”, says singer and songwriter Jared Leto, describing it as being “very orchestral, narrative, interactive and even more electronic than previous projects”. Leto is once again producing the album along with several other talented producers including the return of Steve Lillywhite (U2, THE KILLERS). The trio are working out of their studio in the Hollywood Hills dubbed ‘ICAASS’ (International Center for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound) or ‘The Lab’ for short, as well as incorporating site specific recording in locations as far reaching as India, Africa, Yosemite, the California desert and Europe. Jared spoke with Rollingstone.com about recording the upcoming album and new technology venture VyRT, the feature can be read here.

The band plans to re-launch their successful event dubbed The Summit and plans to launch The Summit 2.0 as an app which will allow fans to be a part of live recording for the album through Facebook, Twitter and a new technology platform called VyRT.

The band is also using VyRT for a live performance and sneak peek into the workings of Mars, inviting fans directly into The Lab studio on April 27th for a live digital experience which will include an intimate live performance, preview of their live tour film, sneak peek of their documentary film ARTIFACT, and a discussion with the band. Digital tickets are available at VyRT.net/Mars For the first time ever, VyRT gives artists the opportunity to sell digital tickets to live events that are broadcast worldwide in an online social theater. This isn’t your grandmother’s live stream. VyRT is a high quality, high production value event that’s centered around the idea of creativity and community. VyRT gives artists the ability to share their work without having to rely on the current prevailing sponsor based model. By avoiding that system VyRT helps to create meaningful content that customers truly value. It is a one of a kind digital experience.

In December, Thirty Seconds To Mars celebrated their final shows in support of This Is War with a week-long celebration in NYC dubbed “MARS300” to commemorate their 300th tour date. They were honored by the Guinness World Records® for performing more concerts than any other band in a single album cycle. Fans around the world were able to experience the big Guinness World Record-breaking MARS300 show by purchasing a digital golden ticket through VyRT.net, allowing them access to a live and interactive broadcast. A first of its kind, ticket buyers got to watch the show live and connect socially with friends and other global fans simultaneously.

Signed to their first record deal in 1998, Thirty Seconds To Mars consists of brothers Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic.

http://www.thirtysecondstomars.com

11 Dec
2011

By Michel Dussack

In October, 30 Seconds To Mars announced that they would celebrate their 300th and final show in support of their critically acclaimed third studio album This Is War with a special Tribus Centum Numerarae concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Dec. 7th. This Is War was released in December, 2009 and has sold over 1.5 million albums and 1 million singles around the world. The album is certified platinum in three countries including the UK, Germany and Poland and has achieved gold status in seven countries including Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. They have been on the road non-stop since the album’s release and have circled the globe multiple times over the past two years. That show sold out out in minutes and eventually the band added a show for the night before. The second show (dubbed Mars 300) set a new Guinness World Record for the most shows played during a single album cycle.

Before we delve into details about the Mars 300 show, I’ve got a bit of a confession to make – I went to the gig as a fan of two songs, and was fully expecting to not enjoy the show, particularly after hearing negative remarks about previous shows from some friends. I’m pleased to say, however, that 30 Seconds To Mars impressed me throughout the course of this truly special night.

Throughout the course of their 1 hour 40 minute set (which was extended to two hours due to injury), the band played the majority of This Is War while peppering in hits from A Beautiful Lie and deep cuts from their debut self titled album. When you’ve got a fan base as dedicated as “the echelon” (mant of whom were from faraway states and probably out of the country) though, it doesn’t really matter what you play, odds are, the crowd will know every single word to every single song of the night.

Aside from the record setting fact, the biggest part of night for many fans was actually the intimacy of the show – indeed, the 4,000 capacity Hammerstein Ballroom seemed cozy compared to the arenas that the band is now frequenting. Usually intimacy means a sacrifice in production value, however 30 Seconds To Mars brought their entire gigantic setup with them – from the massive array of lights, two video screens, a light up triangle, and of course, a ton of confetti and balloons. Jared Leto, love him or hate him, proved that he can command a crowd of any size, and that he has developed into a truly masterful front man, though he can come off as disingenuous at times.

After the first 8 songs, which included the flawlessly performed “Night of the Hunter”, the lights went off and many fans towards the back of the crowd started to get very excited. A few seconds later, and Jared Leto took to an acoustic guitar and microphone on a platform in near the soundboard. He asked the crowd what they wanted to hear and someone yelled out Kings and Queens. Despite clearly not wanting to play the bands signature closing song so early on, Leto compromised by playing the chorus and moving onto a song of his choosing, Alibi. A few songs later, Leto joking asked if we knew the next song before launching into an acoustic version of The Kill, arguably the bands biggest hit. Midway through the song, feedback resonated from the stage and it was clear that the song would be finished by the whole band, and Leto climbed through the crowd to get back to the stage. Closer to the Edge followed and closed the show, though it was clear the crowd expected a lot more from the band in their encore.

When they finally returned, Leto remarked that they would play some old ones for us, but then said this next one wasn’t that old and asked us to bear with him as he played The Story. The next part of the show was clearly for the hardcore and old school fans in the crowd, as the band played 2 1/2 songs from their debut album – Buddha For Mary, Capricorn, and then the beginning and chorus of Oblivion. While the newer fans seemed confused as to what was going on, the band was clearly enjoying themselves, only stopping Oblivion when Jared joked that his brother Shannon probably didn’t even remember how to play the drum parts anymore.

Jared then invited up a representative from Guinness World Records to present them with their award for most shows on an album cycle and delivered a fairly lengthy, though heartfelt speech. He thanked every single person at the show, and those watching on the live stream, for turning dreams into reality and told everyone not to give up on their dreams. After a quick appearance from Bam Margera, numerous fans were selected to come on stage with the band as they closed the show with mega-hit Kings and Queens. It seemed like the perfect ending to a show, until Jared stopped everything when he noticed a fan was hurt in the pit. The show stopped for a full 20 minutes, with the band refusing to continue playing until the fan got adequate medical attention, something that really opened my eyes about Jared’s personality. When the show resumed, the band picked up where they left and finished playing, and not a single fan went away unhappy. Indeed for every fan there, this show was special, especially considering no one really knows what the future holds for 30 Seconds To Mars. Let’s just hope it includes making more music and, especially, more touring.

05 Dec
2011


Mars 300 week is here! This week, Thirty Seconds To Mars celebrate the band’s breaking of a Guinness Book Of World Record with their 300th show played during a single album cycle. The world breaking show takes place on December 7th at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. We know that someone of you can’t make it to the show (you might be working, in school, out of the country, broke your leg, etc) but we want YOU to WATCH THE SHOW! “How is this possible, you sick perv!?” you ask us. We are offering a new VyRT ticket to watch the show live online via USTREAM. What’s a VyRT? VyRT is a digital Golden Ticket. It’s chance to experience a special event no matter where in the world you may be, and to do it socially with friends & family simultaneously. When you “VyRT” you are part of a high quality one of a kind digital community experience.

Here’s what the VyRT gets you:

    - live streaming high quality HD video from the 300th show on the THIS IS WAR tour
    - Q&A with the band
    - Virtual backstage access
    - Access to exclusive MARS300 merch

Get more info here: http://vyrt.net/. Now you can purchase one of these for $14.99 or you can WIN ONE from us!

Yes, TWO lucky readers will EACH win ONE VyRT to see Thirty Seconds to Mars on Wednesday December 7th. You don’t have to live in the U.S. to enter this contest BUT you should first go to http://www.ustream.tv/30SecondstoMars to make sure that you can see the preview. If you can’t, unfortunately, you won’t be able to access the stream of the concert.

Now, let’s get to how you can win.

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3. EMAIL US at tapcontests@gmail.com (with the subject: I WANNA SEE 30STM!) with your name (the way it shows on your Facebook!) and your twitter handle, and we’ll email you back if you win! Good luck!

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Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com
Thirty Seconds To Mars tickets and merchandise can be purchased at: http://30secondstomars.shop.musictoday.com

22 Nov
2011


Thirty Seconds To Mars acclaimed album ‘This Is War’ has been certified Gold by the RIAA, giving the band even more reason to celebrate during their Mars 300 shows next month in NYC which will commemorate their Guinness Book Of World Record breaking 300th show played during a single album cycle. ‘This Is War’ which was proclaimed “an artistic triumph” by Alternative Press Magazine and “epic rock at is most affecting” by Billboard was released on December 9th, 2009 and has since sold over 1.5 million albums and 1 million singles around the world. It is certified Platinum in three countries including the UK, Germany and Poland and has achieved Gold status in seven countries including Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and now in the U.S.

As previously announced, the band will celebrate their 300th show at Hammerstein Ballroom on Dec. 7th. They added an additional show on Dec. 6th after tickets sold-out in minutes. Fans now have another opportunity to celebrate Mars 300 as Thirty Seconds To Mars will play a very special acoustic Church of Mars show at Saint Peter’s Church on Dec. 8th with guests Vitamin String Quartet. Tickets for the Dec. 8th show are on sale now. Details on the week’s activities will be announced through the band’s website and social networks. The week celebration which has been dubbed Mars 300, promises to be a memorable occasion for both Thirty Seconds To Mars and their loyal legion of fans, The Echelon. Since the release of ‘This Is War’ two years ago, Thirty Seconds To Mars have circled the globe multiple times, and will play over 300 shows in almost 60 countries in 6 continents.

Special packages for Mars 300 are available at The One and Only Golden

Tickets: http://thirtysecondstomars.thisisthehive.net/blog/the-golden-ticket-to-mars/

Thirty Seconds To Mars have continued to reach new heights since the release of ‘This Is War.’ The album spawned consecutive #1 singles with “Kings & Queens” and “This Is War” and a top 10 single with “Closer To The Edge.” Earlier this month, they picked up their 5th and 6th EMA awards, winning Best Alternative and Best World Stage at the MTV EMA’s in Belfast, Ireland. In 2010 they won their second MTV VMA when they won Best Rock Video for “Kings & Queens” and won Best International Band at the 2010 and 2011 Kerrang! Awards, giving them a total of 7 career Kerrang! Award wins.

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Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com
Thirty Seconds To Mars tickets and merchandise can be purchased at: http://30secondstomars.shop.musictoday.com

24 Oct
2011

Thirty Seconds To Mars have announced a second show to their Mars 300 celebration in NYC at Hammerstein Ballroom on Dec. 6th. Earlier this month the band announced that they would celebrate their 300th and final show in support of their critically acclaimed third studio album This Is War with a special Tribus Centum Numerarae concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Dec. 7th. That show sold out in minutes last week and due to popular demand the second show has been added. Tickets for the Dec. 6th show will go on sale to the public this Friday, Oct. 28th at 10am EST with a Music Today and Golden Ticket pre-sale starting today at 10am EST. The ticket link will be available through Ticketmaster. Their 300th will also set a new Guinness World Record for the most shows played during a single album cycle. The two Hammerstein shows will be a part of a weeklong celebration in New York to commemorate this occasion.

Golden Ticket pre-sale link: http://thirtysecondstomars.thisisthehive.net/blog/the-golden-ticket-to-mars/new-york-new-york-december-6th-2011-order-now/

This Is War was released in December, 2009 and has sold over 1.5 million albums and 1 million singles around the world. The album is certified platinum in three countries including the UK, Germany and Poland and has achieved gold status in seven countries including Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. They have been on the road non-stop since the album’s release and have circled the globe multiple times over the last two years, playing over 300 shows in almost 60 countries in 6 continents. Mars 300 is sure to be a memorable occasion for both Thirty Seconds To Mars and their loyal legion of fans, the echelon. Details about the week’s activities will be announced through the band’s website and socials.

To get involved in the Thirty Seconds To Mars community dialogue, check out the band’s social media sites:

Facebook –http://www.facebook.com/thirtysecondstomars
MySpace –http://www.myspace.com/thirtysecondstomars
Twitter — http://twitter.com/30Secondstomars
YouTube –http://www.youtube.com/30secondstomars
Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com
Thirty Seconds To Mars tickets and merchandise can be purchased at: http://30secondstomars.shop.musictoday.com

16 Oct
2011

Thirty Seconds To Mars will celebrate their 300th and final show in support of their critically acclaimed third studio album This Is War with a special Tribus Centum Numerarae concert at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom on Dec. 7th, 2011. They will also set a new Guinness World Record for the most shows played during a single album cycle. This Is War was released in December, 2009 and the band has since circled the globe numerous times, playing over 300 shows in almost 60 cities in 6 continents. True road warriors, they’ve sold out arenas around the world including London’s infamous O2, the first International Lollapalooza Festival in Santiago, Chile, played to over 75,000 people at Reading and Leeds Festivals, 100,000 people at Rock Am Park in Germany and more. Tickets for the Dec. 7th Hammerstein Ballroom show go on sale starting Saturday, October 22nd at 10am EST and American Express® cardmembers can purchase advance tickets starting today. The band is also planning a special week of unique shows celebrating this milestone, beginning on December 5th.

“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. We thought documenting this for posterity with the Guiness 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,” said frontman Jared Leto.

Thirty Seconds To Mars have cemented their status as one of the world’s biggest rock bands since the release of This Is War which has spawned 2-consecutive #1 singles with “Kings & Queens” and “This Is War” and top 10 single “Closer To The Edge.” Since release, This Is War has sold over 1.5 million albums and 1 million singles around the world. The album is certified platinum in three countries including the UK, Germany and Poland and has achieved gold status in seven countries including Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

This Is War has scored a total of seven VMA nominations and the band won the 2010 VMA for Best Rock Video for “Kings & Queens.” They were nominated for three 2010 MTV EMAs, winning Best Rock and were recently nominated for three 2011 EMAs. They won Best International Band at both the 2010 and 2011 Kerrang! Awards and also picked up the 2011 Best Single Kerrang! for “Hurricane”. “Hurricane” which sparked controversy around the world when it was banned on many networks also won an MTV O award for Best NFSW Video at the 2010 inaugural ceremony.

Formed in 1998 Thirty Seconds To Mars consists of brothers Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic.

December 7, 2011 – New York City, New York
Hammerstein Ballroom
(Presale Tickets) Beginning Monday, Oct. 17th at 10am EST
(General Tickets) on sale Oct. 22 at 10am
Golden Tickets) on sale Monday, Oct. 17th at 10am EST

24 Aug
2011

Thirty Seconds To Mars released a digital EP this week with 4 tracks from their MTV Unplugged performance. The set will include “Hurricane,” “Kings & Queens,” “Night Of The Hunter” and their inspiring rendition of the U2 classic “Where The Streets Have No Name.” Unplugged: Thirty Seconds To Mars premiered July 20th across MTV Music Group’s multiple platforms and screens. “Hurricane” Unplugged is now in music video rotation on MTV’s AMTV, MTV2’s AMTV2, mtvU and MTV Hits. A 30-minute special debuted on Palladia, MTV Networks’ high-definition music channel on Friday, July 29th.

A video album bundle of the MTV Unplugged performance will be available on August 30th.

Don’t miss Thirty Seconds To Mars this Sunday at the 2011 VMA’s. The band is nominated in 3 categories for their controversial and sexual short film “Hurricane” including Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Direction for Bartholomew Cubbins, the nom de plume of Jared Leto. Both a censored and explicit version of the video can be viewed at the band’s website www.thirtysecondstomars.com.

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Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com

06 Apr
2011


Thirty Seconds To Mars
premiered their latest highly anticipated video for their single “This Is War” today on Vevo. In the clip, band members Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic portray soldiers at battle.

“This Is War” became the band’s third career #1 alternative radio single and second consecutive #1 from their platinum-selling album This Is War when it reached the top of the chart last July.

The album’s current single “Closer to the Edge” reached the top 10 at alternative radio and has since crossed to Top 40 where it is at #34 and to Hot AC where it is at #24 this week and climbing on both charts. It follows “This Is War” and the album’s lead single “Kings & Queens” which spent 3 weeks at the top of the alternative radio chart and has sold over 650,000 digital downloads. The “Closer To The Edge” video has been added to MTV, MTV2, MTVU, MTV Hits, MTV Tr3s, Fuse, Music Choice and VH1 where it placed #13 on the this week’s Top 20 Countdown show.

Thirty Seconds To Mars recently announced that they’re adding theme/party nights at shows during their North American “Closer To The Edge” tour which kicks off Friday night in San Jose, CA. The band will dress up and is encouraging their fans to do so as well. The themes will vary from market to market and includes such nights at the classic White Night, Hurricane Night, This Is War/Military Night, Yuppie/Preppie Night, Doctor/Patient/Medical Night, Sport Night, 80’s Night, Zombie Night, Prom Night, Bloodball Night, Goth/Punk Night, Field & Stream Night, Superhero/Comic Night and Warpaint/Color/Neon Night. The band will play a very special sold-out hometown show at the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles on April 9th and will tour the country as well as Canada through May before the European summer festival season begins. The band also has plans to visit Russia, the Middle East and Southeast Asia before returning to Europe to play the Reading and Leeds Festivals in August. Since the Dec, 2009 release of This Is War, Thirty Seconds To Mars have played to over 2 million people in 100 cities in 30 different countries, selling out arenas around the world.

Thirty Seconds To Mars have continued to reach new heights since releasing This Is War. The band won their second MTV VMA award in November when they picked up the 2010 VMA for Best Rock Video for “Kings & Queens.” They also won their fourth MTV EMA award in 2010 for Best Rock Band and their fourth Kerrang! award as winner of the 2010 Best International Band. This Is War has sold over 1 million albums worldwide and has been certified gold in six different countries.

To get involved in the Thirty Seconds To Mars community dialogue, check out the band’s social media sites:

Facebook –http://www.facebook.com/thirtysecondstomars

MySpace –http://www.myspace.com/thirtysecondstomars

Twitter — http://twitter.com/30Secondstomars

YouTube –http://www.youtube.com/30secondstomars

Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com

Thirty Seconds To Mars tickets and merchandise can be purchased at: http://30secondstomars.shop.musictoday.com

Thirty Seconds To Mars Spring Dates:

April 8 San Jose, CA Event Center at San Jose

April 9 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre

April 12 Colorado Springs, CO Colorado Springs City Auditorium

April 14 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom

April 15 Kenosha, WI Carthage College

April 16 Detroit, MI The Fillmore

April 17 Champaign, IL University of Illinois

April 18 St. Louis, MO The Pageant

April 19 Grand Rapids, MI The Orbit Room

April 20 Indiana, PA Indiana University of Pennsylvania

April 22 Raleigh, NC Raleigh Amphitheater

April 23 Orlando, FL Universal Studios Florida

April 24 Boca Raton, FL Sunset Cove Amphitheater

April 26 Morgantown, WV WVU Coliseum

April 27 Washington DC Patriot Center

April 29 E. Rutherford, NJ Bamboozle – New Meadowlands Stadium

April 30 Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center

May 1 Boston, MA Agganis

May 3 Montreal, QC Metropolis

May 5 Toronto, ON Kool Haus

May 6 Montreal, QC Metropolis

May 7 Quebec City, QC Pavilion de la Jeunesse

May 8 Portland, ME State Theater

04 Mar
2011

Thirty Seconds To Mars today announced new dates have been added to their upcoming North American Closer To The Edge Tour. 8 new dates including 3 college shows at Carthage College, University of Illinois and Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a second show in Montreal due to high demand have been added to the tour routing which was announced last month and kicks off April 8th in San Jose, CA (full schedule below). Thirty Seconds To Mars will play a very special hometown show in Los Angeles on April 9th at the Gibson Amphitheater. They will also headline The Bamboozle Festival on April 29th in Rutherford, NJ.

Last month Thirty Seconds to Mars performed their new single “Closer to the Edge” for the first time on U.S. television on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Jared Leto did a rare late night interview on Lopez Tonight with George Lopez and the band hosted a screening and Q&A for their controversial “Hurricane” video/short film at the Montalban Theater in Los Angeles before heading to Australia where they are currently touring. They will also play shows in the Middle East and South America including a stop at Lollapalooza Chile before returning home to begin the U.S. spring shows. Since the Dec. 8th, 2009 release of the band’s critically acclaimed third album This Is War (Virgin Records), Thirty Seconds To Mars have played to over 2 million people in 100 cities in 30 different countries, selling out arenas around the world.

“Closer to The Edge” is the third consecutive Top 10 alternative single from This Is War and is the first single to cross to Top 40 radio. “Closer to the Edge” follows “Kings & Queens” and “This Is War,” both singles hit #1 on the alterative radio airplay charts. “Kings & Queens” spent 3-consecutive weeks at the top slot and has sold over 630,000 digital downloads.

Thirty Seconds To Mars have continued to reach new heights since releasing This Is War. The band won their second MTV VMA award in November when they picked up the 2010 VMA for Best Rock Video for “Kings & Queens.” They also won their fourth MTV EMA award in 2010 for Best Rock Band and their fourth Kerrang! Award as winner of the 2010 Best International Band. This Is War has sold over 1 million albums worldwide and has been certified gold in six different countries including Germany, South Africa, Austria, Belgium, Australia and double gold in the UK. A deluxe edition of the album with four different album covers was released in November, 2010 which includes “Hurricane 2.0” featuring Kanye West, live covers of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and Kanye West’s “Stronger” which the band recorded for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, and the “Kings & Queens” and “Closer To The Edge” videos along with bonus DVD content.

To get involved in the Thirty Seconds To Mars community dialogue, check out the band’s social media sites:

Facebook –http://www.facebook.com/thirtysecondstomars
MySpace –http://www.myspace.com/thirtysecondstomars
Twitter — http://twitter.com/30Secondstomars
YouTube –http://www.youtube.com/30secondstomars
Thirty Seconds To Mars website: www.thirtysecondstomars.com
Thirty Seconds To Mars tickets and merchandise can be purchased at: http://30secondstomars.shop.musictoday.com

Thirty Seconds To Mars Spring Dates:
*New Shows in Bold

April 8 San Jose, CA Event Center at San Jose
April 9 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre
April 12 Colorado Springs, CO Colorado Springs City Auditorium
April 14 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
April 15 Kenosha, WI Carthage College
April 16 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
April 17 Champaign, IL University of Illinois
April 20 Indiana, PA Indiana University of Pennsylvania
April 22 Raleigh, NC Raleigh Amphitheater

April 23 Orlando, FL Universal Studios Florida
April 24 Boca Raton, FL Sunset Cove Amphitheater
April 27 Washington DC Patriot Center
April 29 E. Rutherford, NJ Bamboozle – New Meadowlands Stadium
April 30 Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center
May 1 Boston, MA Agganis
May 3 Montreal, QC Metropolis
May 5 Toronto, ON Kool Haus
May 6 Montreal, QC Metropolis
May 7 Quebec City, QC Pavilion de la Jeunesse

19 Feb
2011

Thirty Seconds To Mars performed “Closer To The Edge” on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Check it out and pick up their album This Is War on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD