Mars Transmission 14 Juillet 2010

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Transmission: The Official Thirty Seconds to Mars Newsletter



This Week - 07/14/2010

 

Sharing festival grounds with over 200 artists in just one weekend, Thirty Seconds To Mars settled in Scotland to rock T in the Park 2010 Saturday night, immediately heading to Ireland for Sunday's Oxegen Festival. Just over three weeks worth of touring abroad are left for Mars this summer, as the Band now pauses for a rest before heading down under for a round of shows in Australia at the end of the month.

Don't forget! Mars will be returning to the United States this September before heading back to Europe just in time for winter. Visit the Official Tour Page for all currently available ticket information regarding recently announced dates, and don't forget to check out the Golden Ticket To Mars Page for information on any available packages.

MARS IS COMING

Sat, July 24 – Perth, AUS (Challenge Stadium)
Weds, July 28 – Melbourne, AUS (Festival Hall)
Fri, July 30 – Sydney, AUS (Hordern Pavillion)

 

Use Facebook? Remember to "RSVP" for each event you plan on attending on the official Thirty Seconds To Mars Facebook Events Page by clicking here.
THIS IS WAR TEASER TRAILER #3
The third teaser trailer for the forthcoming short film, "This Is War", has finally been released. Click here to view the trailer via Thirty Seconds To Mars' Official YouTube channel NOW!
 
JARED TALKS T IN THE PARK WITH NME
Jared on NME
Prior to hitting the stage in Scotland, Jared sat down with NME's cameras for a little tour talk. Click here to visit NME's site and view the video now.

Additionally, Jared also sat down with BBC Radio 1 to talk kilts, playing for the Scottish crowds, and the festival scene. Click here to acccess BBC's video now.
WALK ON
T in the Park Walk On
NME showcases yet another Mars Walk On from T in the Park. Click here to view the latest clip, or check out the previous featurette from Wembley Arena in London in February here.
 MARSHawk
Kev's MarsHawk
Kev of Ireland sent in these great shots of his MarsHawk, and tells us he traveled all the way to The Netherlands to see Mars. Rock on! Do YOU have a MarsHawk? Send your photo, name, and location to themarshawk@gmail.com for a chance to be featured in the next installment of Transmission!

Don't forget about the Triad Global Assault Mission!
Triad Global Assault
Czech Echelon recently pooled together their art skills to create this Mars Mural amidst previously existing graffiti art. Click the image for a closer look...
Echelon Brazil
Learn more about the Mission by clicking here, or submit YOUR photos by visiting the Official Triad Global Assault Flickr pool by clicking here.
12 Steps to Mars
Help us spread the word about Thirty Seconds To Mars and the new album, This Is War. Below are the 12 Steps to Mars which you can use on a daily basis to help. Click Here to Read NOW!

Here are some tools you can print out on your own!
Flyers •  Mars StencilFull Size Poster
Echelon Germany
Echelon Germany hit up their streets equipped with print-at-home flyers promoting This Is War in Munich, adding a touch of flare with their own flyer creation as seen in the center.

If you have pictures or video from your own street team missions, please send links to thisisthehive@gmail.com.
 

Weekly Picks From the Band

Book of the Week

Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian GrayThe Picture of Dorian Gray is the only published novel by author Oscar Wilde, and tells the story of a young man named Dorian Gray, the subject of a painting by artist Basil Hallward.  Realizing that one day his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses his desire to sell his soul to ensure the portrait Basil has painted would age rather than himself. Dorian's wish is fulfilled, plunging him into debauched acts, the portrait serving as a reminder of the effect each act has upon his soul—each sin displayed as a disfigurement of his form, or through a sign of aging.

Movie of the Week

Enter The VoidEnter the Void is a French film directed by Gaspar Noé. The film focuses on Oscar, a young drug dealer in Tokyo who gets killed and watches over his sister as a ghost. The film premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and after several recuts it was released theatrically in France almost one year later.

 

 


Album of the Week

New PoliticsNew Politics is a rock band from Copenhagen, Denmark. It is made up of David Boyd, Søren Hansen, and Poul Amaliel. They are probably most famous for their debut single, Yeah Yeah Yeah, featured on their self-titled debut album available July 13.

 

 

 

 

Restaurant of the Week

Books For AfricaJuuri

Located just a five minute walk from the center of the Design Museum and the Church of St. John's doorstep, the Juuri Kitchen & Bar is a fresh, innovative approach to traditional Finnish food.

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