Nirvana’s last LP, In Utero, was released in Europe on the 13th of September 1993. Of course, no one could have guessed at the time that frontman Kurt Cobain would no longer be with us in just over half a year. Although the record did not achieve the commercial success of their previous album, Nevermind, they brought together their most mature, most complex and, according to many, their best material, with producer Steve Albini in early 1993.
For the anniversary, Cobain’s former bandmates are preparing special reissues with their label, which will be released on the 27th of October 2023, and will include a new, remastered version of the LP made by Bob Weston, as well as two full-length concert albums recorded during the In Utero tour (Los Angeles, 1993 and Seattle, 1994). Both concert materials were reconstructed from soundboard tapes by engineer Jack Endino, who was the producer of the band’s first record “BLEACH” back in the late ‘80s.
Not only America is preparing for the anniversary of the album’s release, but the Evermind – Nirvana Tribute band from Debrecen will present the entire In Utero album live to those interested in an extraordinary concert. The venue will be the Rock Café in Hajdúszoboszló.
Thematic concerts are becoming a kind of habit for the tribute band, because they also celebrated the 31st birthday of the Nevermind album with a concert, but they also celebrated the 30th anniversary of the band’s legendary Reading Festival performance last year. Moreover, there were several Novembers when they recalled Nirvana’s classic acoustic (Unplugged) performance.
Before the performance, László Reszegi will give a presentation on the circumstances of the album’s birth at the venue.
Details from a concert of the band last year: