The alternative rockers’ Butch Vig-produced album is their first in four years.
The California alternative outfit’s fifth album was produced by Butch Vig.
A trove of heart-stung lullabies, life-changing anthems, and face-melting guitar solos.
Version 2.0 sounds better than ever two decades later.
Chicago still can’t decide whether it loves The Smashing Pumpkins or hates Billy Corgan.
Wally Ingram also joined on drums at Homme and Dalle’s daughter’s graduation celebration.
Shirley Manson and Butch Vig reflect on two decades of tumult and triumph.
Nirvana producer also discusses his upcoming projects with Grohl.
Wendy Schneider reopens the doors to Butch Vig’s Midwestern landmark.
According to producer Butch Vig, the band’s eighth studio album is “epic.”
Producer Butch Vig confirms the band is recording in several different studios.
Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins launches “old school rock” side-project.