Posted on September 26 2013
Exactly 20-years to the day, Seattle grunge pioneers Nirvana released their third and final album In Utero. Fronted by the legendary Kurt Cobain, Nirvana represented the leading edge of a movement born in the sub-basement of ’70s punk and the ‘80s underground.
They toured in battered vans, played shows in ratty bars and released records on indie labels that depended on their hardcore fans for exposure. Within that universe, a radical set of guiding principles emerged; a distrust of corporate dollars and mainstream values, an appreciation for outsiders, an embracing of musical ‘authenticity’ and a redefining soundtrack to any angsting teenagers younger years.
In memory of Nirvanas tortured genius and the influence they left on our world, we dedicate our newest Serve The Servants Limited Edition to the anniversary of one of our favourite seminal rock bands.
Available online & in store now. Also available at these selected retailers:
Fuel - Bulimba, Aquatic - Coffs Harbour & Storm Riders - Port Macquarie.