Although Cobain died over two decades ago, Love and daughter Frances continue to mourn his loss.
As part of the theatrical release of Kurt Cobain’s Montage of Heck, a previously unreleased and unheard Cobain song has appeared in the film’s credits.
Kurt Cobain’s Montage of Heck not only offered a unique view into the life of the Nirvana singer, it also contained various home recordings and a 12 minute acoustic track that was previously unheard.
Although Nirvana’s “Pennyroyal Tea” didn’t appear until their 1993 album In Utero, the song can be traced back all the way to 1990 in Kurt Cobain’s apartment.
Ever since the release of the Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck, chatter surrounding the circumstances of Kurt Cobain’s death have been on the rise.
It seems Courtney Love also had doubts that Kurt Cobain committed suicide.
Billy Corgan, who dated Love before she married Cobain, became the latest refuter of this theory.
Billy Corgan may entertain the idea of conspiracy theories, but even this one is pretty far out of left field for him.
Well this is certainly an essential piece in rock and roll history.
After being released to the masses a few weeks ago (and having Dave Grohl being “terrified” to watch it), Kurt Cobain’s Montage of Heck will be re-released at select movie theaters nationwide.