Primary Composer Of Smashing Pumpkins, Billy Corgan Says: Tony Iommi Is His Hero.

Billy Corgan, the frontman and primary composer of famous rock band Smashing Pumpkins, recently joined a conversation with British weekly magazine Kerrang.

Where he told how his hero Tony Iommi's riffs used to inspire him.

Smashing Pumpkins' new album ATUM will be released on November 15.

Their new album would be a sequel of the 1995 flagship album Collie And The Infinite Sadness and the 2000 album Machina The Machine of God.

Frontman and primary composer Billy Corgan has been working on this album for a long time.

He enthralled his fans with the album's thematic features as well as its melody.

With the album Cyr released in 2020, Billy Corgan not only stepped out of his comfort zone but also create some synth-pop tunes.

Unlike the previous album, Billy Corgan promoted guitar-oriented music on this album.

Billy Corgan recently gave his interview to the British Weekly magazine Kerrang.

In which he told about his Guitar Hero.

He told how his riffs and the art of playing inspired him a lot.

The guitarist he named is Tony Iommi, lead guitarist of English rock band Black Sabbath.

He is also the primary musician and co-founder of Black Sabbath.