Smashing Pumpkins just released the first part of their new 33-song, rock opera called ATUM.
So far, 11 tracks are available to stream ahead of the complete three-part set due in April of next year.
About the grand collection of music, frontman Billy Corgan told NME, “Because there’s a lot of people who believe less is more these days. I’m on the opposite side – I actually think more is more!”
The band describes the music as serving as a sequel to the classic double records Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness from 1995 and Machina/The Machines Of God from 2000.