Good and bad news:  First, Thirty Seconds to Mars isn't likely to show up in Colorado this year.  But they are working on an album, so at least there's that.

Also, they've unveiled the details of its third annual Summer Camp event, scheduled from August 12th to 14th in Malibu, California. The weekend-long Camp Mars will feature two performances from the band, along with activities like yoga, hiking, archery, meditation, and talks from professional speakers.

Frontman Jared Leto said, "When last year's Camp sold out in just over a day, we were blown away and humbled. And to be doing this for a third year in a row is an absolute dream. We not only get to share our music, great food and tons of fun with people we love -- but it also takes place in one of our favorite places on the planet, the beautiful mountains of sunny Malibu, California."

In a video trailer accompanying the announcement, Leto added, "I've been coming to this area for 20 years. I was always curious about this place, and I thought, 'What an amazing location' . . . It's a really beautiful gift to be able to do something that's so unique."

Ticket packages go on sale starting February 1st at 11am.

The band documented the previous year's Camp Mars experience in a concert film released last October.

Thirty Seconds To Mars is currently working on its fifth studio album, which will follow up 2013's Love, Lust, Faith + Dreams.

Jared Leto is also an actor and was last seen onscreen as the Joker in Suicide Squad. His films include Requiem For A DreamAlexanderFight ClubAmerican Psycho and Dallas Buyers Club, for which he won an Oscar and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor.

Thirty Seconds To Mars' previous albums include This Is War and A Beautiful Lie, while among their Modern Rock hits are "The Kill," "From Yesterday," "Kings And Queens" and "Up In The Air."