More than two decades after his death, pop culture still cannot get enough of Kurt Cobain. On May 4th, HBO will release the documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
, which will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival later this month. According to Loudwire
, the documentary will include "his never-before-seen home movies, recordings, artwork, photography, journals, demos, personal archives and songbooks." If that isn't enough to get you excited, "previously unheard Cobain originals" will also be included in the film.
Throughout the years Nirvana fans have clamored over bootlegs, demos, and rare concert recordings of the legendary band. This documentary, however, already has startling credits. Directed by Oscar nominated Brett Morgen, the film is also being executive produced by Kurt's 22-year-old daughter Frances Bean Cobain. Morgen has already announced
that Courtney Love has given him full creative control, easing the tensions of fans who see Love as a frequent meddler in the life and legacy of Cobain. Fans will only have to wait a few short months before delving deeper into the life and art of one of music's most iconic artists.