The release of their latest album Love, Lust, Faith And Dreams ended 30 Seconds to Mars’ nine-year deal with their record label, and frontman Jared Leto has commented on how the band is feeling about that.
“We are free and clear and excited about the future,” he tells Billboard. “It’s the most wonderful place to be.”
The band’s troubled relationship with Virgin EMI has been documented in the new Jared Leto-directed documentary, Artifact, which takes place during the making of their 2010 album This Is War and features appearances from the band, Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, Incubus’ Brandon Boyd and others.
Watch a trailer for Artifact: