Thirty Seconds to Mars
Formed in 1998 by frontman Jared Leto and his older brother, 30 Seconds to Mars found success in the 2000s with a mix of post-grunge, screamo, and hard rock. Initially known for his work as an actor, most notably on the '90s TV drama "My So-Called Life," as well as movies like "Requiem for a Dream" and "Fight Club," Jared Leto decided to flex his musical muscles as he approached his 30s. He enlisted the help of his brother, drummer Shannon Leto, and co-founded 30 Seconds to Mars in 1998.

The group made its studio debut four years later, releasing a self-titled album. The band achieved worldwide fame with the release of their second album, "A Beautiful Lie," which received multiple certifications all over the world, including platinum in the United States. Their next release, "This Is War," reached the top ten of several national album charts and earned numerous music awards.

In 2013, they released their fourth album, "Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams" to critical acclaim and commercial success. As of May 2013, the band has sold over 10 million albums worldwide and has consistently enjoyed sold-out tours and numerous headlining slots at festivals. The band is noted for its energetic live performances and the fusion of many music genres.

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