Nirvana has announced a special reissue of In Utero as the landmark records turns 30 years old this month. Set to come out on October 27, the new pressing will feature two unreleased live concert recordings, Live in Los Angeles (1993) and Live in Seattle (1994), as well as six additional live recordings from Rome, Springfield, and New York in addition to Bob Weston’s remaster of the original album and its five bonus tracks and B-sides.
Bleach producer Jack Endino spearheaded the revival of the previously unheard live sets, reconstructing each live track from the original stereo soundboard tapes. All in all, the three super deluxe editions comprise a total of 72 tracks with 53 previously unreleased tracks.
The album will be reissued in a variety of formats including a limited-edition eight LP super deluxe box set, a five CD super deluxe box set, a one LP + 10 inch edition, a two CD deluxe edition, and a digital super deluxe edition. The physical super deluxe edition box set includes a removable front-cover acrylic panel with the record’s trademark angel design, a 48 page hardcover book with never before seen photos, a 20 page newly designed fanzine, a Los Angeles tour poster lithograph by hot rod artist Coop, replicas of the 1993 record store promo angel mobile, three gig fliers, two ticket stubs for Los Angeles and Seattle, an all-access tour laminate, and four cloth sticky tour backstage passes.
Preorder the In Utero 30th Anniversary reissue here and watch Nirvana perform at the Stabler Arena in Bethlehem on November 9, 1993 as part of their In Utero tour, the last time the group played in Pennsylvania.