Nirvana; In Utero 30th in a Box - with Two New Live and 1 Reimagined Vid

A new video has been made for Nirvana's "Dumb" to plug the 30th anniversary edition of In Utero, due out October 27th.

The clip was directed by RuffMercy using hand-painted Super 8-millimeter film. Watch it now on YouTube.

Two more live tracks have been shared from Nirvana's In Utero: Super Deluxe Edition, which is due out October 27th. Check out "Pennyroyal Tea" from Los Angeles on December 30th, 1993 and "Scentless Apprentice" from Seattle on January 7th, 1994

Nirvana's In Utero is getting a new reissue to mark its 30th anniversary.

A new Super Deluxe Edition will be out October 27th in five-CD, 8-LP or digital editions. It contains a newly remastered version of the original album plus the five B-sides released in 1993 and 1994. The set also includes two previously unreleased concerts from The Forum in Los Angeles on December 30th, 1993 and the Seatlle Center Arena in Seattle on January 7th, 1994. 

There's also a two-CD version that comes with a bonus live disc that featires all the album's song's done live in Rome, New York City, Seattle and Los Angeles, plus electric versions of two covers released on MTV Unplugged -- The Vaselines' "Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam" and David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World."

This is the second reissue of Nirvana's third and final studio album. The first came in September 2013 and featured a new mix of the album and its B-sides, plus 11 demos and CD and DVD versions of the band's MTV special Live and Loud.

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