30 Seconds to Mars are feeling "fantastic," and rightfully so.
The Los Angeles-based rock band comes off a monstrous 2013 that birthed their fourth studio album Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams, a global tour and the documentary film Artifact about the trio's $30 million lawsuit battle against record label EMI.
Frontman Jared Leto, who earned both a Golden Globe win and an Oscar nomination for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, praises his group's "banner year" and stresses that his success is something he also shares with his loved ones.
"I don't think people realize that when you win a SAG award or Golden Globe award, it's not just about you," the musician explains. "It's your family, your friends, people you've known forever and people you work for. It really brings a lot of joy to everyone's life."
As for the rest of this evening, Leto can't guarantee that something crazy won't happen. "We could take the stage and claim a moment for ourselves. We're there to assist. Any insanity that happens, we're ready to be a part of," he tells Fuse News anchor Jack Osbourne.
Check out the trio's interview above, and don't forget to visit Fuse.tv/Grammys for more red carpet coverage.