It's the album that's come to define Smashing Pumpkins to most people. To others, it's come to define the entire post-grunge era.
Roger Waters headlined the Music Heals benefit concert in D.C. this weekend, and he brought out Billy Corgan, Tom Morello and G.E. Smith for the performance.
Corgan deleted his Twitter and launched a blog dubbed "People and Their Cars," which compiles vintage photos of, well, you guessed it.
When their label refused to release 'Machina II,' Smashing Pumpkins posted it online for free – back when a move like that was unheard of.
It was only a matter of time before Billy Corgan graced us all with his thoughts on GOP presidential candidate and professional blowhard Donald Trump.
The dynamic duo wrapped up their joint tour over the weekend with a bang – and costumes.
"You do not hear people playing guitar the way Kurt Cobain played guitar, the way I played, even a Stone Gossard [of Pearl Jam], you know what I mean?"
When Billy Corgan released his first and only solo album, no one seemed to pay much attention.
As part of the End Times tour, Billy Corgan is offering up a VIP Experience for die-hard fans, including a Q&A session.
Billy Corgan received a co-writing credit on Miguel's 'Wildheart' track, "Leaves," for its similarities to the Samshing Pumpkins’ hit, “1979.”