- 19 Jul 19
Originally recorded for MTV in 1993, the live album is set to be released in August.
Nirvana's 1993 concert video Live And Loud will be released as a live album on streaming services and vinyl for the very first time next month. The show was recorded by MTV at Pier 48 in Seattle Washington, shortly after the band's classic MTV Unplugged set in New York.
Although it originally aired on MTV on New Year's Eve, 1993, the Live And Loud live video was released as part of In Utero's deluxe edition in 2013, to mark the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's final album.
Set to be released on August 30, the album will be available as a 2LP set, through Geffen Records and Universal Music Group. A limited edition coloured vinyl set will also be released, with clear and red half-and-half vinyl on one LP, and clear and blue half-and-half vinyl on the other. Both double vinyl sets are available to pre-order now.
This April marked the 25th anniversary of frontman Kurt Cobain's death. Danny Goldberg, Nirvana's manager, marked the anniversary was the publication of his in depth book, Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain.
Watch Nirvana's Live And Loud performance of 'Heart-Shaped Box', and see the upcoming album's full tracklist, below:
‘Radio Friendly Unit Shifter’
‘Serve The Servants’
‘The Man Who Sold The World’
‘Come As You Are’
‘About a Girl’