Stream Nirvana Covers by Thursday, Circa Survive, Daughters, & These Arms Are Snakes

by | Apr 21, 2014

As you know, Record Store Day was over the weekend and lots of bands put out lots of stuff. But perhaps one of the most notable releases was the long-awaited Nirvana tribute album put out by Robotic Empire. Called In Utero: In Tribute: In Entirety, the effort commemorates Robotic Empire’s 100th release and 15-year-anniversary, and of course, a bunch of sick bands covering Nirvana’s final studio album in full.

Thursday, Circa Survive, Daughters, These Arms Are Snakes, Ceremony, Young Widows, Whirr — need we say more? Here’s a stream of the record from front to back.

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