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Billy Corgan may have just put out the ninth Smashing Pumpkins album, but he doesn't seem to have much faith in the people who got him to where he is. In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal…   Read Story »
Billy Corgan was out here slagging off Eddie Vedder in last week's infamous "top two scribes" interview, and he continued his Pearl Jam diss campaign during a visit to The Howard Stern Show this…   Read Story »
Billy Corgan has been keeping busy as of late: between releasing a new Smashing Pumpkins album, reissuing Adore, and beefing with Anderson Cooper, he's kept pretty active over the past few months.…   Read Story »
The Smashing Pumpkins are about to put out their new album, Monuments To An Elegy, and they celebrated with a show at Koko in London on Friday night. Marilyn Manson was a special guest during the…   Read Story »
We've gone way too long without a juicy, self-admiring Billy Corgan quote, but The Independent's new interview with Corgan is full of them. Although it's occasioned by the Smashing Pumpkins' new…   Read Story »
The Smashing Pumpkins defy easy narratives, but it seems safe to say the band's "classic era" ended as soon as its "classic lineup" fractured. The Pumpkins' immortal first three albums -- 1991's…   Read Story »
At their show at Chicago's Thalia Hall on Wednesday night, the Smashing Pumpkins debuted a new band lineup, played a bunch of songs live for the first time (including a cover of David Bowie's…   Read Story »
Billy Corgan and Jeff Schroeder joined Joy Division's Peter Hook on stage at Chicago's Metro Cabaret on Friday night where Hook was playing a show with his new band the Light. The two remaining…   Read Story »
On Wednesday night's Anderson Cooper 360, Cooper featured Billy Corgan in his recurring RidicuList segment for appearing on the cover of PAWS Chicago magazine -- something that happened more than…   Read Story »
We're getting a new Smashing Pumpkins album before the year is out. In December, Billy Corgan and his associates will release Monuments To An Elegy, the follow-up to 2012's strong, surprising…   Read Story »