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Transmission: The Official Thirty Seconds to Mars Newsletter


This Week - 01/04/2012

Clip of the Week


Check out this clip from Neon Night in France! Click HERE to watch.

MARS on Pose Mag

MARS on Pose Mag

The Band is on the cover of Pose Magazine in France. Check out the feature HERE.

MTV Unplugged on VyRT

MTV Unplugged on VyRT

Have you downloaded MTV Unplugged from VyRT yet? Get your download, complete with extended bonus footage HERE. Check out what some of you had to say about it:


@buriedherheart sports her Triad necklace

Got one? Send us a pic of you sporting the Triad Necklace on Twitter with the hashtag #TRIADnecklace. Get yours HERE.

Mars Tattoos

Rui Brandao has this forearm Hurricane lyric tattoo!
Do YOU have a Mars-themed Tattoo? Submit your photo, name, and location to Thirty Seconds To Mars Tattoo Archive for a chance to be featured in the next installment of Transmission!


With this limited edition [ECHELON ACCESS] laminate, you receive VIP treatment in the Thirty Seconds To Mars Online Store. Each month, you will receive an email alerting you it is time to unlock the exclusive promotion or product in the Online Store. Get it HERE.
MARS on Twitter
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Triad Global Assault

The Echelon in Ecuador made this Human Triad
in a beautiful location:
Triad Global Assault

Compose the Human Triad image with friends and fellow Echelon in high-traffic or populated areas. Stand, sit, or build a pyramid in a Triad formation. Get creative and submit your photos to the Triad Global Assault Page!
Avatar Art of the Week
Each week we'll showcase some of the best MARS-themed avatars on Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks.

This week we feature @oblivionrevenge's avatar:

Also, check out this great MARS art from @jaredleto07:

Design your own avatars to promote voting or anything MARS related. You can also use or edit the avatars designed by @thisisthehive.
Hive Missions
Help us spread the word about Thirty Seconds To Mars with promotions and projects you can participate online and/or outside! Click Here for the latest MARS Missions!

Here are some tools you can print out on your own!
Flyers •  Mars StencilFull Size PosterQR Code

If you have pictures or video from your own street team missions, please send links to
Weekly Picks From the Band

Read of the Week
Love, Poverty, and War: Journeys and Essays - Christopher Hitchens
Love, Poverty, and War: Journeys and Essays is a collection of essays and reportage by author, journalist and literary critic Christopher Hitchens. The title of the book is explained in the introduction, which informs the reader that "an antique saying has it that a man's life is incomplete unless or until he has tasted love, poverty, and war."
Movie of the Week
J. Edgar
J. Edgar is a 2011 American biographical drama film directed by Clint Eastwood, from a script by Dustin Lance Black. The film focuses on the career of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover from the Palmer Raids onwards, including an examination of his private life as an alleged closeted (and chaste) homosexual.
Album of the Week
Velociraptor! - Kasabian
Velociraptor! is the fourth album by the British indie rock group Kasabian, released on 16 September 2011. The album has been met with generally positive reviews. On Metacritic, Velociraptor! has the band's highest rating with a score of 79 out of 100.
Website of the Week
Falling Whistles Falling Whistles is a non-profit organization campaigning for peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Falling Whistles sells whistles for $34 to $104 to raise money for education, advocacy, and the rehabilitation of war-affected people in Congo. The organization got its name from a journal written by its founder, sharing his experiences during a trip to eastern Congo in 2008. During that trip, Falling Whistles' founder met a group of former child soldiers who told him that some children who are too young to carry weapons were sent into battle armed only with whistles. By wearing whistles, the campaign aims to use this weapon as a tool of protest and to raise awareness of the situation in Congo.


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