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Posted Aug 24th, 2015 (2:08 pm) by Jess Marsh
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Just when we thought it couldn't get any better, another lost recording surfaces of the grunge legends in their heyday.

An anonymous Reddit user has bestowed yet another unreleased Nirvana recording on the world. The nine-minute long "E-Coli" is thought to have been recorded between 1993 and 1994, placing it, timeline-wise, somewhere between In Utero and Cobain's death.

The very raw demo has since been uploaded to YouTube for our listening pleasure. While not a particularly refined recording, it is an interesting glimpse into the creative process of the band.

This comes right off the heels of another anonymous post of fourteen unreleased Nirvana tracks, and and acoustic recording of Pennyroyal Tea earlier this month.

If all this leaked Nirvana material is still not enough for you, the soundtrack to the Kurt Cobain documentary, Montage of Heck, is due out in November. The album will contain never-before-heard material from the Nirvana front man, as assembled by the film's director. The soundtrack remains untitled at this time, but will promoted as a Kurt Cobain solo album. With genres as diverse as thrash and ragtime appearing among the tracks, it will definitely be something to check out come November.

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