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Billy Corgan Says Next Smashing Pumpkins Album 'Will Be A Cruel Record'
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 Monday, September 24, 2012

Billy Corgan, frontman for the Smashing Pumpkins, says that the band is already working on the follow-up to its most recent effort, Oceania. Speaking with MTV, he claimed that the LP will be "a cruel record":

"I'm starting to write new songs for the next Pumpkins album. I have to go home and work on the script for tomorrow's wrestling show. I got a lot going on. I have a title for the next album, but I won't tell. It's going to be a cruel record. Vengeance is mine."

He added that he would like to complete the next record by December 2013:

"That's really ambitious, because we're still touring, and I've never been successful writing on tour. I don't even try. So even if we went into the studio in November when we come off of this tour, it's still pretty ambitious to have it out by then."

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