Listen to the Unreleased Nirvana Songs From 1993!

Alternative Nation reported that there were two unreleased Nirvana songs dating back to February 15th, of 1993, and a fan, who had bought an old studio session reel off of eBay, was the one to discover rock gold.

The tape he had purchased features seven recordings from Pachyderm Studios in Minnesota. The unreleased songs are “Lullaby” and an untitled song that possibly features Dave Grohl on all of the instrumentals. It seems that the reel was during the workings of their third, and unfortunately, their last album In Utero, which released that September. The man was completely astonished to find the tracks and immediately reported them so that other fans could revel in the glory of Nirvana.


Nirvana was an American rock band formed by the renown singer and guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington, in 1987, and then later joined by drummer, Dave Grohl, in 1990. Nevertheless, although they had only three full-length studio albums, Nirvana became one of the most influential rock bands to lead the modern era of music. In 1994, the band dissolved as a result of Cobain’s death, but their music continued to live on.

Their first album, Bleach, and then their biggest breakthrough came from their album Smells Like Teen Spirit. Even after the band had split, Nirvana was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.

This band was known for carrying the era of grunge for every angsty teen there was out there in the 90’s. With their smooth guitar riffs, yet thrashing vocals, the music was the epitome of society at the time. Leather or denim jackets, Converse kicks and long-hair, and the stink of indifference, there was no doubt that Nirvana’s music served as the anthem to stoicism back then.

You can listen to the unreleased songs here below:


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