New Kurt Cobain album of home recordings to come this summer BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, May 2, 2015, 3:04 AM A A A sundance institute Kurt Cobain in the new documentary about his life, "Montage of Heck," which has led to previously unheard home recordings from the Nirvana singer being unearthed. Another chapter of Kurt Cobain’s music legacy is in bloom. A new album of home recordings from the fallen Nirvana frontman is coming out this summer, according to the director of the new Cobain documentary “Montage of Heck.” “We’re going to be putting out an amazing album this summer that I think will answer that question,” filmmaker Brett Morgen told Bedford + Bowery when asked if he found any new material in Cobain’s archives. Morgen said the album “will feel like you’re kind of hanging out with Kurt Cobain on a hot summer day in Olympia, Washington as he fiddles about.” “It’s going to really surprise people,” he said, adding the album will let fans “hear him do things you never expected to come out of him.” The filmmaker noted the new album, which doesn’t have a release date yet, will be released as a Cobian solo outing, not a new Nirvana record. Paul Marotta "Montage of Heck" director Brett Morgen (right) said he found enough material in Kurt Cobain's archives to compile a new album due this summer. Since Cobain’s suicide in 1994, his estate has put out a career’s worth of previously unreleased recordings, including “With the Lights Out,” a three-CD box set from 2004 featuring many home demos. The release of “Montage of Heck” has already helped one lost Cobain cut resurface: A creepy cover of the Beatles’ “And I Love Her,” which is featured in the film and was leaked online. Morgen told Bedford + Bowery he found “107 cassettes featuring over 200 hours of never-before-heard or rarely heard music” in Cobain’s collection.