30 Seconds To Mars hint at post-world tour hiatus

Jared Leto's men joke that they could be gone for '10 years'

30 Seconds To Mars have hinted that they may go on a lengthy hiatus at the end of their current world tour.

In an interview with MTV News Canada the band jokingly respond to questions about whether they are planning to split, but didn’t deny the suggestion.

Asked about rumours of a break-up drummer Shannon Leto said: “We’ve been touring a long time. I mean, look at us. We’re broken down. We’re tired.” when pressed further about a possible split he added: “No, we’ll probably just take a break for, I don’t know, 10 years.”

The band’s frontman Jared Leto had previously told Kerrang! that he didn’t know if the band would make another album. “When I start a new record you need the time, energy and space to appropriately address it,” he said. “We’re touring probably right until December. We’re talking about it right now, but you never know, there could not be another record.”

30 Seconds To Mars return to the UK in August to play the Reading And Leeds Festivals.