“I don’t remember a moment I tried to forget,” croons 30 Seconds to Mars lead singer Jared Leto in the opening seconds of their latest single, “Closer to the Edge.”

Since the release of their 2009 album “This is War,” 30 Seconds to Mars has rocked nearly 2 million fans in 30 countries across the globe during their high-energy tours.

The L.A. trio came together in 1998 and released their self-titled studio album in 2002 which did poorly according to sales charts. Their 2005 sophomore effort, “A Beautiful Lie,” eclipsed their past failure, selling 3.5 million copies worldwide and becoming certified platinum in the United States.

The title single of their third album, “This is War,” reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Alternative Songs chart along with the single “Kings and Queens.”
Fresh off the plane from Santiago, Chile, the band recently performed at the inaugural international expansion of Lollapalooza with Kanye West, Deftones and The Killers.

On Wednesday night at 7 p.m., the eclectic rock band will perform hits from their three albums at the Patriot Center. Tickets are on sale starting at $32.50.