Thirty Seconds To Mars' Music Video History Turned Inside Out
They're a band that doesn't dumb down artistic endeavors for the fans, known as the Echelon. If anything, they plant cultural Easter Eggs in their epic videos to keep their throngs of highly engaged fans poking away and the mystery and myths they're constantly building.
In the episode of Radio.com Inside Out, they explored Thirty Seconds To Mars' music video history. The band themselves shed some light on their work, including the revelation that singer Jared Leto thought his original cut for "The Kill (Bury Me)" was "a piece of s***."
Also weighing in was panel of experts and Thirty Seconds To Mars collaborators including: Howard Petruziello, VP of Promotion at Capitol Music Group; Amani Duncan, former SVP of Marketing/Video at Virgin Records (2000-2008) and current VP of Brand Marketing for Martin Guitars; Gina Esposito, VP of Music & Talent at MTV; and, Steven J. Gottlieb, Founder of Video Static. Check it out here.
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