(NEW YORK) -- The new video from 30 Seconds to Mars for their song "Hurricane," which clocks in at a little over 20 minutes, might not make it to your television.
According to a blog post from frontman Jared Leto, he posted a letter from an unnamed network that specifies why the video would not be suitable to air. The letter notes specific times and moments in the video that would make it unsuitable. Some of the specifics include "girl with gag being partially suffocated by singer" and "man runs hands over lady’s breasts" as well as multiple references to bondage.
Leto says at the beginning of the post that he is "looking to find a creative solution that works for all."
30 Seconds to Mars recently released the deluxe edition of their newest album, This Is War, which includes a new version of "Hurricane" that features a verse from Kanye West. Teasers for the video can be seen at the band's official website.
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