Kurt Loder recalls a legendary interview, and trashing a hotel room, with the band.
'Headbangers Ball' host Riki Rachtman recalls Nirvana's most notorious MTV appearance.
Before Nirvana took over the world with Nevermind they were 'just a crazy rock and roll band.'
After the release of the album everyone was listening to it, talking about it, or both.
Nirvana became the biggest band in the world almost overnight. Were they prepared for mega-stardom in their early 20s?
Read a full chapter from "Everybody Loves Our Town", by Mark Yarm.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's landmark album, MTV News reveals the Nevermind You Never Knew, a week of exclusive coverage that re-examines the record that changed everything. From never-before-seen interviews with the band and candid, behind-the-scenes stories to classic video performances and exclusive photographs of Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, we'll look back at the time when rock truly rocked, as remembered by the folks who actually lived it: the band, their friends and, of course, their fans. Twenty years later, you'll never look at Nirvana the same way again.