With the death of Kurt Cobain rock and roll took a hit that some said the likes of which would be hard to recover from. Now it seems that due to the wonders of digital recordings saved by friends the band Nirvana lives on. With the re-issue of Nirvana's In Utero, MTV has released some never before seen interviews of the band and it's icon leader.

"The 20th Anniversary reissue of Nirvana's In Utero comes out today(Sept. 24), and yesterday MTV released never-before-seen footage from their Live & Loud concert from December 1993 at Seattle's Pier 48. Last week, MTV posted a previously unreleased video of the band playing "Heart-Shaped Box" from the concert, and now they've unearthed two additional tracks: "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" and "Very Ape," which features Kurt Cobain on drums. " http://www.antimusic.com/news/13/September/24Never-Before-Seen_Footage_of_Nirvanas_Live_-_Loud_Concert_Released.shtml#.UkI-EX9CpSo

Rock Icons live on. In forever digital wonderment.