Rockers 30 Seconds to Mars are considering giving away their new album for free - because they didn't make any money from their previous recordings.
The band was formed in 1998 by actor Jared Leto and his brother, Shannon, and they went on to release two records - their self-titled debut in 2002 and 2005's A Beautiful Lie.
They are currently working on their third LP, This Is War, which is scheduled for release later this year (09).
But Leto admits that they are toying with the idea of giving the album away to fans as an internet download, because they have never made much money from their music.
He says, "Anything can happen, you never know what the future will hold. Maybe we will just throw our new album on the internet and see if anybody wants to take it. We have never made a penny from selling a record anyway so why would it matter to us?''
30 Seconds To Mars were last year (08) handed a $30 million (£15 million) lawsuit from their bosses at Virgin Records, who have accused the rockers of quitting the label without delivering the agreed number of albums.