Nirvana Set To Release ‘Live And Loud’ Album On Streming Services


Nirvana are about to drop their critically acclaimed record ‘Live And Loud’ digitally and on vinyl for the first time.

The live show was captured in 1993 and was recorded at Pier 48 in the rocker’s hometown of Seattle.


The NME reports that the stellar show was recorded by MTV, just after they had played their legendary MTV Unplugged set in New York City.

The recording was originally dropped under the name ‘Live And Loud’ for the 20th anniversary of ‘In Utero’ back in 2013. Next month the album ‘Live And Loud’ will be released on streaming services and 2XLP vinyl via Geffen/UMC.

Nirvana’s ex-manager has also recently spoken out over “ridiculous” claims that Kurt Cobain was “murdered”. Danny Goldberg spoke out about claims Cobain was killed:

“He killed himself. I saw him the week beforehand, he was depressed,” “He tried to kill himself six weeks earlier, he’d talked and written about suicide a lot, he was on drugs, he got a gun.

“Why do people speculate about it? The tragedy of the loss is so great people look for other explanations. I don’t think there’s any truth at all to it.”

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