Smashing Pumpkins start work on ambitious new album, a 33-song-strong “rock opera”

    If The Smashing Pumpkins’ last album, the sprawling, 20-track Cyr, felt a little lightweight, then don’t worry. Billy Corgan has started work on the follow-up – and it will feature an almighty 33 songs.

    Corgan originally promised/threatened the album last October, pitching it as a sequel to the band’s 1995 double album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness and its equally weighty 2000 follow-up Machina/Machines Of God.

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