Rare 30 Seconds to Mars Footage surfaces on YouTube

Rare footage of top band 30 Seconds to Mars surfaces on YouTube - was recorded for now defunct Croatian TV station in 2009.
Jan. 9, 2012 - PRLog -- Rare footage of the american rock band 30 Seconds to Mars has today emerged on YouTube. The band, fronted by Hollywood star Jared Leto and known for the remarkable loyalty shown by its fans, has recently set a Guinness Record for the longest tour in support of a single album.

The footage consists of a live studio performance of the band's hit single "Hurricane" and dates from early 2009. The footage was shot for a now defunct Croatian TV channel and was recorded by accident by a viewer when it was broadcast in an obscure timeslot.

What makes the footage so rare is that the lyrics are completely different from the album version of the track and they appear to be an early work in progress draft which was later shelved in favour of the version released on the album. The footage is sure to fire the imaginations of the band's worldwide fan base and will doubtless boost the profile of the band itself as it enters 2012 off the back of a hugely successful 2011.

The track "Hurricane" caused a storm of controversy when released as a single due to the content of it's explicit music video.

The rare footage can be watched on YouTube via the url http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjXNhySU4n0

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