The so-called Tomo footage teases the character played by the band's guitarist, and the Rosewood sneak peek gives a glimpse at a creepy guy.
In anticipation of 30 Seconds to Mars' "Hurricane" video premiere on next Monday, November 29, two more sneak peeks are offered. One teases guitarist Tomo Milicevic's character, and the other previews an older creepy guy who is observing something on his computer.
The previous previews, meanwhile, have given a quick look at Jared Leto and Shannon Leto's characters as well as the villains by the name The Gimps. Each of the band's members portrays a character who knows exactly how to fight and please the lady.
The music video is directed by Bartholomew Cubbins aka Jared Leto in a form of short movie. He described the soon-to-be-released video as "a surrealistic nightmare dream-fantasy through the desolate empty streets of New York City at night."
"We have, probably, 10 different locations over these two-and-a-half days that we're shooting," he added when interviewed by MTV in mid October. "We shot at Central Park earlier today, yesterday we were downtown, we were shooting on a street called Chambers Street, really beautiful, turn-of-the-century buildings, the day before that we were in some alleys."