After an exciting surprise performance of “The Kill (Bury Me)” with rising alt artist KennyHoopla at When We Were Young Fest in October, Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced the Seasons World Tour 2024. Kenny will be joining the tour’s North American run as support alongside veteran punk-rockers AFI and Poppy. During Thirty Seconds To Mars’ second performance at WWWY Fest, KennyHoopla jumped on stage with the group for a breathtaking rendition of the band’s hit track “The Kill (Bury Me).” While fans certainly anticipated the band to bring “The Kill” to the festival stage, no one was ready for… Read more »
Bringing their own unique blend of glam emo to the When We Were Young Fest stage, Thirty Seconds To Mars surprised fans with not one special guest performer but two! The group performed their single “Stuck” with electronic dance music maestro Steve Aoki. Still, they also treated the crowd to a breathtaking rendition of “The Kill” alongside rising alternative rock artist KennyHoopla. Their performance of “Stuck” with Aoki was an electrifying display of genre fusion. The stage came alive with Aoki’s pulsating beats, while band leader Jared Leto‘s charismatic stage presence and powerful vocals kept the energy levels high at… Read more »
The bands announced in a press conference this morning that they will be touring together this summer on the Carnivores Tour.
30 Seconds to Mars will be hitting the road this fall in support of their latest record Love Lust Faith + Dreams. They’re bringing New Politics out with them, and you can check out the full routing by clicking “Read More.”
30 Seconds to Mars and You Me at Six will be touring together in the UK in November.
Why be at odds when there’s music to be made? Back on the same page after months of legal wrangling over royalties, 30 Seconds to Mars is once again recording for longtime label Virgin Records. The Jared Leto-fronted rock band’s third studio album currently titled This Is War, is slated for a fall release following a truce between the EMI-owned label – which had sued the group for $30 million – and talent, who in turn had really lashed out at Virgin. “So here we are, after almost a year at war, and the time has come,” Leto wrote yesterday… Read more »
This past weekend’s When We Were Young Fest sizzled under the scorching sun in Las Vegas, NV, as it kicked off on Saturday, October 21, and emerged as the ultimate pop-punk playground for fans of all generations. In contrast to last year’s weather-related cancellation on the first day, this year’s festival ran seamlessly, cementing its place in the annals of pop-punk history as a spirited showcase of pop-punk prowess. Read more: Green Day Announces New Album ‘Saviors,’ Releases New Single Featuring a riveting lineup that ranged from rising stars such as Beach Bunny, KennyHoopla, and Jean Dawson to seasoned pop-punk… Read more »
We love seeing musicians from different parts of the rock scene join forces and collaborate on something special. Whether it be an original song or a cover of a band that moved them, the results can prove music’s undeniable ability to form deep human connections. Duran Duran’s new cover of “Pyscho Killer” by Talking Heads is no exception, featuring Måneskin’s badass bassist, Victoria De Angelis. The new rendition of the Talking Heads classic highlights bass as it ebbs and flows with emotion through every fiery run. Every instrument in the arrangement plays off one another to create one infectious conversation… Read more »
Dust off your Chucks and Vans because it is officially When We Were Young Fest week! With excitement building around the festival, particularly the highly anticipated headline performances from blink-182 and Green Day, the official When We Were Young Fest 2023 set times for this weekend’s festivities and shenanigans are here! Amidst a flurry of teasers hitting left, right, and center from artists across the lineup, one notably apt teaser has piqued our interest—a sneak peek at blink-182‘s upcoming track, “When We Were Young.” We’re crossing our fingers that they debut the song live at the festival…I mean, seriously, what… Read more »
To celebrate the return of ‘Loki,’ we’ve highlighted a few bands who were once on top of the world but have seemingly become a nostalgic memory, left sitting like sand on the bottom of an hourglass, lost in the depths of our iPod nanos.