Hey Echelon: Now's your chance to get up close and very personal with Thirty Seconds To Mars and frontman Jared Leto. No, you don't get to wordlessly hug Leto while crying -- at least not any time soon. The band is launching their tour documentary series, "Into The Wild," come November 30.
"I think people can expect to see in this series, this documentary series, a very personal look at the inner workings of Thirty Seconds To Mars -- what it's like to really be on the road and to tour like mad men," Leto told MTV News of "Into The Wild."
The series -- which will run on social site VyRT -- follows the band on their Guinness World Record-breaking, two-and-half-year-long world tour, "Into The Wild." The epic documentary, directed by Bartholomew Cubbins (who is definitely not Jared Leto) and produced by the frontman, will run roughy 19 episodes and will feature footage from every single concert. We'll also get a pretty extensive look behind the scenes.
"We watched the sun rise in Lebanon. Drove our bus through riots on the streets of Paris. Toured from South Africa to South America to South Dakota. It was unforgettable," Leto said.
Watch Leto wax poetic below -- and take note of his sweatshirt -- while getting pumped for November 30.