Dave Grohl didn't think Nirvana would make another record after 'Nevermind'.
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Speaking of how he came together with bandmates Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic in 1992, he said: ''A lot of weird s**t went down after 'Nevermind', so I wasn't sure there'd be another record.
''Even though all of a sudden the world was at our feet and we had bands like U2 and Guns N' Roses asking us to do a stadium tour, Kurt started doing a lot of drugs and there was a lot of tension because of business stuff and money.
''Krist and Kurt came to my house to record a split single with The Jesus Lizard and I remember Kurt started to play the song 'Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle'.
''And it was at that point I thought, 'We're going to make another Nirvana record'. I was surprised and relieved when Kurt said he had a new song because when Nevermind happened, we stopped everything and went into hiding - it kinda fractured the band.''
The band went on to make 'In Utero', a much darker album, but Dave says it was in keeping with the vision of frontman Kurt - who took his own life in 1994 - and like the music he made before Nirvana's debut, 'Bleach'.
He said: '''In Utero' isn't too far off what Kurt was doing before 'Bleach'. It wasn't a contrived change of direction from 'Nevermind' but the world around the band had changed and Kurt had a hard time processing a lot and we were focussing on the instrumentation.''
Bass player Krist added: ''Everyone thought we'd make a mainstream record, that we'd sell out, but we put out a record after Nevermind and it's a different record. It's darker and has an edge.''
A 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of 'In Utero' is released on September 23.
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