A 30th-anniversary edition of Nirvana’s 1993 album In Utero has been set for release in October.
On Tuesday, record labels Geffen and UMe announced a re-release of the iconic grunge-rock band’s final album in a number of different formats and with a slew of previously unreleased material.
The formats would include an 8LP super deluxe box set, 5CD super deluxe box set, 1LP + 10-inch edition, 2CD edition and digital super deluxe edition.
The bonus features on the remastered collection include 53 previously unreleased tracks, including two never-before-released full concerts from the 1993-1994 In Utero tour.
In Utero marked the third album from the band – comprised of Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl – and became their final album of original material before Kurt died by suicide at age 27 in April 1994, following a battle with drugs and depression.
Drummer Dave Grohl formed the Foo Fighters in the years after Kurt’s passing.
In Utero has been set for re-release on 27 October.
– Cover Media