The Smashing Pumpkins frontman was confronted with a question about Manson's member during a recent interview with a Scottish wrestler.
Corgan hopes to "write a new album by using the milk of Delta mud, amongst other things" during his upcoming road trip across the U.S.
Last year, Billy Corgan called the Smashing Pumpkins' future “murky.” These days, however, it’s looking quite bright – including a tour and a new album.
Like musical notes, the individual elements on the cover of Smashing Pumpkins' 1995 opus are relatively meaningless on their own – but together, they tell a beautiful story.
Billy Corgan is still hard at work on his memoir, and though it's coming along "slow," it's already shaping up to be more than "a thousand pages" long.
Corgan has gone a step beyond his duties as Senior Producer of Creative for TNA Wrestling and penned the new theme song for its show 'Impact Wrestling.'
Billy Corgan and his partner Chloe Mendel welcomed a baby boy into the world on Nov. 16.
“Please don’t sue me,” Bradford Cox sang. “I love my dog... And I don’t think you’re the kind of person who’d starve somebody’s dog just to prove a point.”
Following Bradford Cox's account of an unpleasant experience touring with Billy Corgan, a Smashing Pumpkins rep has called the story a "complete fabrication."
“If you asked me who I truly believed were the great voices of our generation, I’d say it were he, Layne, and Kurt,” Corgan wrote of the late Scott Weiland.