In anticipation of the upcoming 20th anniversary reissue of "In Utero," a special version of a classic Nirvana music video has been made available online for the first time ever.
On Tuesday, Entertainment Weekly posted the director's cut of "Heart-Shaped Box" on its website. The video, directed by famed music video director Anton Corbijn, is as weird and wonderful as you remember -- and possibly better, with more screen time for the woman in the winged muscle suit and creepy girl in robe.
As Rolling Stone points out, this version of the 1993 video had been released previously in a compilation of Corbijn's other music videos (featuring bands like U2, Metallica, The Killers, Joy Division and Depeche Mode); this is the first time, however, that this version of the "Heart-Shaped Box" music video has been made accessible online.
Fans have been anticipating the "In Utero" reissue for months now. Scheduled for a Sep. 24 launch, the deluxe anniversary edition will be stocked with plenty of unreleased demos, live performances and an instrumental by the band that has never been released before.