30 Seconds to Mars have always had a go big or go home attitude towards their music, and their latest album 'Love Lust Faith + Dreams' continues their epic journey. Having performed at European festivals this summer, the band is launching a U.S. tour in support of their album, starting with a Sept. 20 stop in San Diego for the 91x Fest at the Sleep Train Amphitheater.

The tour lasts only nine dates, culminating with their Oct. 12 performance at Los Angeles' most revered and iconic venue, the Hollywood Bowl. While promoting 'Love Lust Faith + Dreams,' frontman Jared Leto expressed that one of the album's themes was the idea of shedding one's past and pushing forth towards new directions.

Back in March the band followed their own advice, as the single 'Up in the Air' was sent to NASA and played in space, which is definitely a "new direction." 'Conquistador,' the second single from the album, proves 30 Seconds to Mars still know how to craft anthemic rockers, as the chorus bellows the inspiring lines, "We will, we will, fight again." Next month, the band will also make stops in Australia, Japan, Tokyo, and Brazil before heading back to the U.S. in late September.

After the tour, Leto will be back in the movie spotlight, as he co-stars with Matthew McConaughey in 'The Dallas Buyers Club,' a fact-based drama that opens in early December. It's Leto's first film since the 2009 foreign film 'Mr. Nobody,' which co-starred Diane Kruger and Sarah Polley.

30 Seconds to Mars' 'Love Lust Faith + Dreams' Tour

9/20 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Sleep Train Amphitheater (91x Fest)
9/27 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- The Tabernacle
9/28 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
9/29 -- Camden, N.J.-- Susquehanna Bank Center
10/1 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Metropolis
10/3 -- Toronto, Ontario -- The Sound Academy
10/4 -- Columbus, Ohio -- LC Pavilion
10/8 -- Denver, Colo. -- The Fillmore
10/9 -- Magna, Utah -- The Great Salt Air
10/11 -- San Jose, Calif. -- San Jose Event Center
10/12 -- Hollywood, Calif. -- Hollywood Bowl

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