You would have thought that, 21 years after Kurt Cobain took his own life, there would be precious few facts left to unearth about the Nirvana frontman. Endless articles, several biographies and a few films of vastly varying
In the interview, Cobain shows off a device he nicknamed "The Dreamer," which appears to be a device commonly referred to as a "mind machine," which consists of strobe light glasses, headphones, and a Walkman-like controller that could be used to
He was given full access to the Nirvana singer's archives of rare artwork, journal entries, and videos from Cobain's childhood in Aberdeen, Washington, all the way up till a week or two before his death that sent shockwaves around the world. And the
Kurt Cobain despised fame. That's not a hard fact, but more of an accepted truth, passed down over the years following the musician's tragic death, until it hardened into an essential pillar of his rock-star mythology. There's certainly plenty of
In recent months, Cobain has been hard at work as an executive producer of HBO's upcoming documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, which premieres May 4. Cobain calls the film "the closest thing to having Kurt tell his own story in his own words.".