Create your own ‘In Utero’ poster! The winner receives a Kurt Cobain mustang guitar.
"I looked at Krist and Kurt as soulmates. The two had such a beautiful, unspoken understanding of each other. Those two guys, together, totally defined the Nirvana aesthetic. Every quirk, all the strange things that came from Nirvana came from Krist and Kurt." - Dave Grohl, 2013.
Watch Nirvana perform ‘Heart-Shaped Box’, ‘Rape Me’, Radio Friendly Unit Shifter’ and a rehearsal of ‘Very Ape’ featuring Kurt Cobain on drums here!
Bassist says he’d like to visit Australia to perform some of his old band’s songs
In Utero’s 20th Anniversary has came out today!
Order it here.
Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic speak on the negative feedback around their In Utero single in 1993.
Listen to ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ and ‘Rape Me’ from MTV’s Live and Loud show here!
Pre-order the ‘Super Deluxe’ box set for an exclusive, free Heart-Shaped Single.
1. Heart-Shaped Box (original album version.)
2. Heart-Shaped Box (mixed by Steve Albini in 1993 - previously unreleased.)
3. Heart-Shaped Box (mixed by Steve Albini in 2013 - previously unreleased.)
Do you want a free tattoo?
If you’re around Seattle, Long Beach, or West Babylon, New York on September 24, you could get one for free.
Yes, if you buy the 20th anniversary In Utero reissue or the Live and Loud DVD at one of the three participating stores, you can get a real, honest-to-god tattoo of the Nirvana logo. Not henna, not temporary— the permanent kind.
2930 1st Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98134
(Tattoo artists: Myles Karr and Josh Egnew)
Looney Tunes Records
31 Brookvale Ave. West
Babylon, NY 11704
(Tattoo artists: Alex McWatt and Jeremy Sutton)
420 E. 4th Street
Long Beach, CA 90802
(Tattoo artists: Matt Marcus and Jason Schroder)
"Inside ‘In Utero’ - we speak to those who were there and revisit Kurt, Dave and Krist uncovering the spats, strops, fall-outs and sparks of genius that went into making this cult rock classic."
Nirvana’s In Utero celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. On this episode of All Songs Considered, the band’s two surviving members recall their time recording what would be the band’s last album.