After concluding their Carnivores Tour with Linkin Park and AFI and ending festival season with a triumphant performance at the 2014 Voodoo Music Experience, Thirty Seconds to Mars are moving onto the next big deal. They've announced a documentary series titled Into The Wild, and the program will launch November 30 via new virtual social site VyRT.
Fans of the band—looking at you, Echelon—will remember Thirty Seconds to Mars' award-winning documentary about their massive legal dispute with label EMI, Artifact. Into The Wild is directed by the same man behind Artifact, Bartholomew Cubbins, and is produced by none other than 30STM frontman and total heartthrob Jared Leto. (Who could be better for the job, really?)
The program will tell the tale of the band's two-and-a-half year world tour, one credited by the Guinness World Record book as the "the longest running tour in the history of rock and roll." It will also touch on Artifact and the massive law suit that almost destroyed the band.
Heavy stuff! Watch the trailer above and make sure to take our quiz to find out with Jared Leto is right for you!