Saturday, May 8, 2010
It was a quiet, overcast Thursday evening in Omaha as kings and queens of promise filled the Sokol Auditorium for a war-raging, head-banging 30 Seconds to Mars. Before lead vocalist Jared Leto and the gang, the Utah-based Neon Trees stumped the stage with their slick "Habits" and New Orleans-born MUTEMATH blasted their "Typical" electro-alternative-rock and psychedelic-gospel-pop. 30 Seconds to Mars came in for "The Kill" with new vocals from their latest album "This is War" and some older favorites. The band returned to Omaha after a seven-year absence, said Sophia John, host of 89.7 The River's "The Nooner." She also announced that the band was originally supposed take their tour to Kansas City, but Omaha "stole" the show instead. The band also had various parts of a music video shot at the concert.
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