Singer also speaks about the band's progress in recording their fourth studio album

30 Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto has said that he and his bandmates would love to collaborate with Eminem on a future release.

The stadium rockers, who previously worked with Kanye West on their single ‘Hurricane’, are currently working on their fourth studio album and Leto has said that he would love a collaboration with Eminem to be part of that.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Leto responded to a question about who he would like to work with by saying: “I’d love to do something with Eminem. That would be pretty mindblowing.” He also said that he would love to collaborate with Bjork, The Cure’s Robert Smith and Sigur Ros.

Leto also gave an update on the band’s progress in recording their fourth album, adding: “We are excitedly working in the studio. I have been working quietly and without much fanfare, but I’ve been writing and recording constantly, really crafting the future sound of 30 Seconds To Mars.”

As part of that, Leto revealed that the band have been working with M83‘s Morgan Kibby on the record, with Leto saying of this: “She came by and was playing some synths and doing some programming. She’s a real talent. We’re working with some interesting people.”

Leto also confirmed that the band would not be touring for the entirety of 2012, having completed a grueling 311-date tour in support of their third album ‘This Is War’.

You can watch an interview with 30 Seconds To Mars from last summer’s T In The Park festival by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.