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More SMASHING PUMPKINS Music In The Works: WMMR.com

The Smashing Pumpkins’ new album Shiny And Oh So Bright Vol. 1:  No Past. No Future. No Sun hasn’t even come out yet, and already there appears to be another one in the works. Singer Billy Corgan tells Kerrang! magazine, “We’re in this weird place of, ‘Let’s finish this tour and then make some decisions. We’re definitely making plans to record another LP, with the idea it will come out at the end of next year.” This year saw Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin’s first an album together almost 2 decades. It arrives November 16th.

JOAN JETT Posts Feminist “Fresh Start” Video: Rolling Stone

Joan Jett posted a video for her new song “Fresh Start”. The clip is a montage of archival footage of women in politics, combined with shots of volunteers, recent candidates, and prominent feminists. The song appears on the soundtrack to Joan Jett’s autobiographical documentary, Bad Reputation, which is out now.

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts "Fresh Start" - Official Video

VOTE TODAY 11/6/18 * MORE INFO AT BALLOTREADY.ORG "Fresh Start" by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Joan Jett documentary 'Bad Reputation' available now: http://bit.ly/BadRepWatchAtHome Soundtrack: https://goo.gl/9HfWzz Video: Produced by Blackheart Records Edited by Caroline Jaecks joanjett.com badrepfilm.com

Ace Frehley Claims KISS Can’t Do Farewell Tour Without Him: Loudwire

Ace Frehley says that KISS cannot possibly do a proper farewell tour without him. Kiss will begin ‘The End of the Road’ tour in 2019 and remain on road for three years. Frehley hasn’t been a member of KISS since 2002, but now he says about his bandmates: “They’re testing the waters. It’s all about money with those guys and they’ll be the first to admit it, especially Gene. When (they) get a call that says, ‘We’ll give you double the money with Ace and Peter (Criss),’ (on board), we’re gonna get the call.”

He adds, “I was a screwup… but I was telling Paul and Gene this year, ‘I’m now the guy you always wanted me to be.’ Hopefully it sinks in.”

Kiss will be at the Wells Fargo Center on March 9th, 2019.