Advertisements
//
archives

Thirty Seconds To Mars

This tag is associated with 12 posts

Photos: Thirty Seconds To Mars, Walk The Moon, Misterwives @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Janine Van Oostrom – Electronic/alt-rock/art pop band Thirty Seconds To Mars, who released their fifth album, America, on April 6th, 2018 via Interscope, which featured the singles “Walk on Water”, and “Dangerous Night”, performed at Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night (June 6th) with indie rock band Walk The Moon, who released their third album, What … Continue reading

Photos: Thirty Seconds To Mars @ Manchester Arena

Photos by: Priti Shikotra – Los Angeles-based alt-rock band Thirty Seconds To Mars, who will release their fifth album, America, on April 6th, 2018 via Interscope, performed at Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK last night (March 24th)

Thirty Seconds To Mars reveal new album details, 2018 tour dates

By: Staff – Today, Thirty Seconds To Mars announced their headline North American tour, “The Monolith Tour”, which kicks off June 6th in Toronto. Walk The Moon, K.Flay, MisterWives, Joywave, and Welshly Arms will join as support on select dates. In addition, the band announced their highly-anticipated fifth studio album will be available April 6th, 2018 via … Continue reading

Photos: Thirty Seconds To Mars @ Irving Plaza

Photos by: Theo Wargo – Alt-Rock band Thirty Seconds To Mars, who released their newest single “Dangerous Night”, on January 25th, 2018 via Interscope/Universal, performed at Irving Plaza in New York City last night (Jan. 24th) as part of the Citi Sound Vault concert series.

Photos + Review: Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Adam Harrison – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – When the trio of Muse frontman Matt Bellamy, bassist Chris Wolstenholme, and drummer Dominic Howard stepped into the spotlight last night at Budweiser Stage in Toronto, they transported fans to another dimension. With an elaborate production consisting of 10 three-paneled LED video screens, glowing sneakers, and guitars, along with … Continue reading

Stream PVRIS’ New Song “Half”

By: Staff – PVRIS has released “Half,” the third track + video off their forthcoming album, All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell. Stream the track below. “Half” follows the recent release of “What’s Wrong” and “Heaven,” and all three songs are available as instant downloads by clicking HERE to pre-order the … Continue reading

Photos: Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars, PVRIS @ Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square

Photos by: Kelli Binnings –  UK alt rock band Muse, who released their seventh album, Drones, on June 5th, 2015 via Warner Bros., which featured the singles “Dead Inside”, “Mercy”, and “Revolt”, performed at Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square in New Orleans on June 8th with Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Thirty Seconds To Mars, who released … Continue reading

Photos: Bunbury Festival 2017 – The 1975, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Jon Bellion

Photos by: Taylor Ohryn – The third and final day of the Bunbury Music Festival took place at the Sawyer Point Park in Cincinnati last night, and featured performances by UK indie rock quartet The 1975, who released their second album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, on February … Continue reading

Muse Announces 2017 Summer Tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars

By: Staff – Grammy Award-winning rock band Muse just announced a North American tour with worldwide multi-platinum selling band Thirty Seconds to Mars. PVRIS will be the support band for the tour which will kick off May 20th in West Palm Beach, FL and wrap up on September 20th in Salt Lake City, UT. A Muse fan club presale will start Wednesday, February 8th at 10am local time … Continue reading

Filter announces “Make America Hate Again” tour

By: Staff – Filter has announced the 32-date “Make American Hate Again” tour. The tour kicks off on April 13th in San Francisco along with openers Orgy, Vampires Everywhere and Death Valley High. Tour dates can be seen below. “Filter is the mind,” says Filter frontman Richard Patrick. “It’s your interpretation or my interpretation. Our thing is to … Continue reading

Advertisements
Advertisements