Smashing Pumpkins' frontman Billy Corgan reveals in a new interview that he might pull the plug on the band after he finishes working on his current projects.

He is working on 2 albums for the Pumpkins - Monuments For An Elegy and Day For Night – but he reveals he's increasingly frustrated at the state of the music business, saying he finds it hard to grab the attention of music fans.

Corgan tells The Chicago Tribune: "I'm not willing to wait around 15 to 20 years to have somebody go, 'Hey, that album you made is really good' and then sell it to the 7000 people that are still paying attention.


"When this new album process is over, I'm either going to bail on this ship for good or I'm going to have a new ship to sail on." 


...this is unfortunate.

I'm heartbroken.