grunge

Nirvana

Nirvana Reissuing ‘In Utero’ With Absurd Amount Of Bonus Tracks

Definitive grunge band Nirvana are reissuing their final studio album, In Utero, later this year. The box set version of the album will release on September 24, titled the “Super Deluxe Edition,” and will have “70 remastered, remixed, rare, unreleased and live recordings.” While the tracklisting is still unknown, it’s safe to say that there […]

The Black Clouds

REVIEW: The Black Clouds – ‘Better Days’

Artist: The Black Clouds Album: Better Days Genre: Grunge, Rock For fans of: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Nirvana Many people like to damn specific genres of music, claiming that they’re dead. Not even hanging on – just plain dead. Disco, punk, grunge, and even dubstep has been said to have been short lived (thanks to the […]

Daylight Promo

Daylight’s Frontman Discusses Band’s Recent Change Of Direction

AbsolutePunk.net recently had an interesting chat with Taylor Madison of Pennsylvania’s Daylight where the vocalist/guitarist gave in his take on how the band is receiving criticism for giving their sound a 90’s style facelift on their latest album, Jar. Follow the jump to read the complete snippet of the interview. I didn’t know people accused […]

History Lesson

MUSIC HISTORY CLASS: The Death of Kurt Cobain

On this day in 1994, legendary Rock and Grunge icon, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana, committed suicide in his Seattle, Washington apartment. However, Cobain’s body was not discovered until 8 April when Veca Electric employee, Gary Smith, was at Cobain’s residence to install new security lights. Smith noticed a lifeless body on the floor of the […]

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REVIEW: The Vines – Future Primitive

“In conclusion, Future Primitive is a decent addition to the band’s catalogue. It certainly has its moments and will keep you top tapping throughout. Personally, I feel it will take a lot more to convince in the long term – but then again, if they’ve made it this far, there must be a certain je ne sais quoi that I’m just not discerning.”

Grunge Music Revealed Through New Photo Book

Provided by Spacelab Tired of Curt Cobain’s portrayal in Guitar Hero? Try something with more substance: the book Grunge, written by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth. It’s a photo book with photos by photographer Michael Lavine that chronicles the late 80’s/early 90’s punk scene in Seattle. “… the discovery of Seattle punk youth, the seminal […]