Muse and 30 Seconds to Mars on Summer Tour

Muse and 30 Seconds to Mars on Summer Tour
30 Seconds to Mars by Jane Bush

At the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, 30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto took the stage with a cane and knee brace. The vocalist sustained an injury at the last show, in addition to preexisting back problems. The band played an 8-song set which included an acoustic version of their 2005 release ‘The Kill (Bury Me). Their 8-song-set wrapped up with ‘Closer to the Edge’.



After the tour’s stop in Austin, Texas, 30 Seconds to Mars posted a new 20-second teaser for their highly anticipated upcoming album across their socials. The title and release date for the album has yet to be announced.

Muse opened their 17-song set in Missouri with their newly released single ‘Dig Down’. The band played multiple critically acclaimed tracks like ‘Hysteria’, ‘Madness’, ‘Time Is Running Out’, and ‘Super Massive Black Hole’ which included a Jimmy Hendrix Experience’s ‘Voodoo Child’ intro. The night was concluded with an encore of ‘Uprising’ and ‘Knights of Cydonia’.



Muse recently released their single ‘Dig Down’ in May. The band promise more new music ahead of their next album. The rockers revealed that though they hope to release their brand new album in the second half of next year, there will be more new songs to come in the mean time. Creating politically charged music is not new to the Brits, and frontman Matt Bellamy recently commented on the band’s inspiration while writing ‘Dig Down’,

“When I was writing this song, I was looking to counteract the current negativity in the world and give inspiration, optimism and hope to people to fight for the causes they believe in.”

Muse are currently in the midst of their 2017 summer North American tour with 30 Seconds to Mars and PVRIS. The British rockers kicked off the 15-city tour at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida on May 20th. The tour is set to wrap up on September 20th at USANA Amphitheatre in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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