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On Breaking Benjamin and the perils of the evolution paradox

Here’s the thing about Benjamin Burnley — he’s one of the strongest, most reliable songwriters to grace alternative rock in the past 15 years. But when a frontman so prolific continues to follow a formula that worked in 2006, the results become frustratingly predictable, as is the case with  683 more words

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Music Review: 'America' Thirty Seconds To Mars

Every now and then, when Jared Leto isn’t playing bit-part characters for the silver screen, winning Oscars, or drinking from the fountain of youth, he occasionally finds time to cobble together a collection of songs with his stadium-filling band. 511 more words

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I Discovered Thirty Seconds To Mars Just In Time To Be Disappointed By Them


Up until a few days ago, there was a glaring blindspot in my knowledge of contemporary music: I had never knowingly listened to a Thirty Seconds To Mars song. 1,066 more words

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30 Seconds To Mars - Monolith Tour in Bologna

Ah, Jared…è inutile che fai l’occhiolino.
Ci siamo, ma…Non ci siamo.

Partiamo con le cose positive.
Sei un gran frontman, e tuo fratello alla batteria è sempre un animale. 353 more words

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Review: Thirty Seconds to Mars Addresses Political Issues in New Album

By Aisha Sharipzhan

American alternative rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars have come a long way since their grungy “30 Seconds to Mars” (2002) and “ 579 more words

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HipZOMJoint New Music Friday Picks 4/6/18

It’s new music Friday boys and girls!! We have an array of new music new hitting the streaming platforms! All of these new tunes can now be streamed via Apple Music and Spotify! 178 more words

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Thirty Seconds to Mars - America

After a mammoth tour around the world (which is still continuing), Thirty Seconds to Mars are back with their killer fourth album, America.

The first four tracks on the album do not really need any introduction due to them being previously released to fans, although… 97 more words

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