Despite their multiple VMA Nominations, 30 Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto says the band is "not so sure what's gonna be next steps" for the band after their current tour ends.
Despite their multiple VMA Nominations, 30 Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto says the band is “not so sure what’s gonna be next steps” for the band after their current tour ends. In an interview with Billboard.com following the announcement of the band’s 3 VMA Nominations, Leto called into question the band’s future. “I think that we’ll take a deep breath and then consider the future. I’m not so sure what’s gonna be next,” Leto says. “Some time in December when we have a moment to breathe, it will be good to take a look back and to make some choices as to what the future holds.” The band has played nearly 300 shows since the band released “This Is War” in late 2009. Their current tour wraps up in December. On whether or not the band will record again after the current tour ends, Leto says: “You never know. I think there’s a lot for all of us to think about — my brother and Tomo and I. When we make a record, it’s a pretty all-encompassing experience. So I hope so. I hope that it happens.”