Say what you will about Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, but he certainly seems to be a well-rounded fellow. Months after announcing his plans to co-found a professional wrestling league, Corgan has revealed his next business venture: a Chinese-style tea house in Chicago's Highland Park neighborhood.
Talk about a smashing contest! Loudwire is teaming up with EMI Music and Ultimate Classic Rock to give away the first two Smashing Pumpkins albums -- 1991’s ‘Gish’ and 1993’s ‘Siamese Dream’ –- in their remastered and expanded form. On Nov. 29, both albums will be released in CD, 2CD/DVD Deluxe Edition, vinyl LP, and digital configurations, and to celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to win the Deluxe Edition box sets of both albums. All you have to do is enter below for a chance to win!
Screw the WWE or Ring of Honor! Smashing Pumpkins' fearless leader, the chrome-domed alt rock antihero Billy Corgan, is planning to launch Resistance Pro Wrestling, his very own wrestling promotion company! He will serve as the "creative director" of this endeavor and if you think about his extensive and beloved catalog, well, it's a given that he is incredibly creatively-minded and this could be quite an satisfying experiment for him.
Billy Corgan says that there was a collective overreaction to his recent comments that Smashing Pumpkins will "step back and really evaluate where we're going" if the band's forthcoming 'Oceania' album "hits the same wall" that their other recent releases have hit. In other words, Smashing Pumpkins are not breaking up.
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The Smashing Pumpkins have announced plans for a 12-date U.S. fall tour in advance of their next album, ‘Oceania,’ which is due in early 2012. The trek starts rolling with an Oct. 5 gig in Los Angeles and comes to a conclusion Oct. 22 in Philadelphia, with an Oct. 14 stop in frontman Billy Corgan's hometown of Chicago among other dates on the itinerary.