30 Seconds To Mars: “Into The Wild” Tour Photos!

Photo Courtesy of EMI.

Back in April, StarShine brought you a bunch of 30 Seconds To Mars tour coverage including a review of their Philly show with photos and an interview with Shannon Leto.  We know you love this band, so we decided to throw in some new photos from their Atlantic City House of Blues show on September 4, 2010.

With their tour still trucking on, an MTV VMA win for “Best Rock Video” and a bunch of MTV Europe Music Award nominations, 30 Seconds To Mars is at the top of their game.  Their third studio album This Is War has released 3 hit singles and the band will release a deluxe version of the album on November 9th.

Front man Jared Leto performing "Night Of A Hunter".

Shannon Leto performs his composition "L490".

Jared pulls fans on stage to help him perform "Kings and Queens" at the end of the show.


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