Thirty Seconds to Mars faces all emotions in “Rescue Me” video; guitarist Tomo Milicevic leaves band

ABC/Randy HolmesThirty Seconds to Mars has premiered the video for “Rescue Me,” a track from the band’s new album, AMERICA. You can watch the visual now on YouTube.

The video features close-ups of a variety of different faces, including Jared Leto‘s, as they go through a wealth of emotions, from anger and sadness to happiness and joy.

“‘Rescue Me’ is a song about pain, a song about empowerment, a song about faith, and a song about freedom,” says Leto. “It’s also a song about the brutal war so many of us wage against fear, depression and anxiety in the hope that we might, one day, live a life filled with happiness and dreams.”

In another emotional Thirty Seconds to Mars development, guitarist Tomo Milicevic has announced that he’s left the band. After “taking a break” from the group to “deal with some personal matters” back in March, the guitarist has now revealed that he’s “no longer with Thirty Seconds to Mars.”

“I don’t know how to explain in a note how I could come to a decision like this, but please believe me when I say that this is the best thing for me in my life and also for the band,” Milicevic says in a statement.

The remaining members of Thirty Seconds to Mars, Leto and his brother Shannon, are currently supporting AMERICA on the band’s ongoing North American Monolith tour, which continues Tuesday night in Detroit.

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