Nirvana lovers, brace yourselves because Kurt Cobain will be sending his fans music beyond the grave this upcoming summer.
After almost twenty years since Cobain’s death as well as the release of the band’s final album In Utero, Brett Morgen, the director of the Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck found an extensive compilation of the singer’s unreleased material.
The collection features a mind-blowing 200 hours worth of material, which was obtained while Mr. Morgen was doing the research for Mr. Cobain’s documentary of his life. He plans to release his findings on an album sometime this summer.
However, not all of the material is original, just as not all of it is music. It is a collection of “jam sessions, spoken word works, and Beatles covers.” This album to be will be the perfect subsequent to follow the release of ‘Montage of Heck.’
As Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of Kurt Cobain, said at the Hollywood release of her father’s documentary:
“I feel very, very strongly that he would be exceptionally proud of this film. It touches on some dark subjects, but at the end of the day, I think this film provides fans of Nirvana or not fans of Nirvana a basic understanding of who Kurt was as a human being…”
Sitting on the edge of your seats for its release? Don’t worry, we are too…