The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan sure has been busy lately. Along with wrestling and announcing two new Smashing Pumpkins albums, he's been performing "experimental" sets at his Chicago tea shop Madame ZuZu's.

Today, Corgan confirmed that those teas shop sets have resulted in a double album called AEGEA, which is set for release in the news 6-8 weeks for $59.95. It features tracks dating back to 2007.

"As a work, AEGEA is experimental in nature, and comes across as more a soundtrack to some lost foreign film than the kind of music I’m usually associated with," says Corgan. "Listening back I quite like how AEGEA goes along, as it has qualities that are both meditative and alien; but not alienating."

The album is limited to just 250 copies in the first pressing, and will come with annotations from Corgan himself.

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