Code Orange are back to work on new music and they've got a famous friend stopping in for a collaboration. Over the weekend, the band posted a photo of themselves in the studio with Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan. The band's initial posting was more of a tease just showing...
Code Orange took to Twitter to reveal they're in the studio with The Smashing Pumpkins' guitarist and vocalist Billy Corgan. The photo is otherwise pretty devoid of information, aside from telling us that they're just getting started and that we should be afraid. The PRP also points out that "the...
Code Orange are working with the Smashing Pumpkins leader Billy Corgan. The hardcore band, who released their most recent album Underneath last year, posted a photo of themselves in the studio with Corgan over the weekend. On his own social media account, Corgan said that he was working with the band on “their blistering new songs.” Here are those posts:
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Pittsburgh heavy metallers Code Orange have teased a collaboration with The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan. Taking to social media yesterday (June 14), the band shared a photo of vocalists Eric “Shade” Balderose and Jami Morgan and guitarist Reba Meyers alongside Corgan with the caption: “the k i l l e r in me...” The post also bears three indicative hashtags: #justgettingstarted, #beafraid and #codecorgan.
Fresh from his songwriting work with AFI on their new album Bodies, Billy Corgan is in the studio with Code Orange. Posting a photo with the band on his Instagram Stories, The Smashing Pumpkins frontman writes, “Excited to share I’ve been working with Code Orange [on some of] their blistering new songs.”
Members of Code Orange were recently in the studio with The Smashing Pumpkins‘ Billy Corgan. While the group didn’t share much in details on what they were doing together, they did share the below photo and tweet with an excerpt of the lyrics from The Smashing Pumpkins track “Disarm“. For what it’s worth, both bands share the same management in Velvet Hammer.
NWA owner and promoter Billy Corgan appeared on Busted Open Radio. Corgan explained his wrestling philosophy, believing that wrestling has swung so far in one direction that the old has become the new. “I’m kind of reaching a point where, to me, the old school is the new school,” Corgan...
NWA President Billy Corgan was on the latest episode of Talk Is Jericho where he and Chris Jericho discussed the current state of the NWA. Corgan explained how WWE and AEW have helped the NWA. “People get lost in the throwback thing, even the way we’re doing studio wrestling. Trust...
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