Q&A: Dave Grohl on Kurt's Last Days and the Making of 'In Utero'

'There would be these moments of connecting emotionally,' he says

Dave Grohl performs on MTV Live and Loud. Credit: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

"There are a few ways you can look at it," Dave Grohl says of In Utero, the last studio album he made as the drummer in Nirvana and the group's back-to-punk triumph after its 1991 multi-platinum monster, Nevermind. "You can describe it as a remarkable achievement." He pauses. "You can also remember it as a really fucked-up time."

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