In a new video, Corgan says, “We’re making plans. I can’t give that away, but it’s going to be interesting.”
“The possibility of us making music together with Chris [Cornell] is always there.”
Mark Mulcahy and Mr. Ray Neal offered a crucial lesson in college rock.
The punk rockers’ first release in 12 years will arrive next week.
A return to the Black Parade may be imminent.
Chris Cornell, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, and Matt Cameron will hit the road.
Mark Mulcahy and Mr. Ray Neal chronicle the story of their New Haven band.
Plus, the band’s complete tour itinerary for their first tour since 2011.
Bright Eyes frontman will hit up a handful of major cities in November.
Cedric Bixler-Zavala previously declared the band dead in 2013.
Ward also reconvened She & Him at his show in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Members of the iconic pop group will reportedly play a reunion concert in London, plus they’re recording new music.