We all knew it was coming, but now Dave Grohl has confirmed that there is no foreseeable future for American grunge rockers Nirvana. After the performances at the 12-12-12 concert as well as on Saturday Night Live, the ex-sticksman of the Seattle group has denied that there are any future plans for a reunion tour, calling them “nonsense,” according to the New York Post.
Famed for his leadership within the Foo Fighters, Grohl brought the remaining members of the band back together to record a track for his latest creative work, a documentary on one of California’s most historic recording facilities. However, Grohl’s denial may have come at the right time, with bassist Kirst Novoselic telling The Daily Beast that he would “tour with David Lee Roth because I think he’s great. And it wouldn’t be some oldies review: if we put a band together and we were making music and we felt good about it – and there was that passion and that spark – I’d do it in a second.”
And so, it seems that the members of Nirvana will once again go their separate ways, much the same as they did twenty years ago after the death of iconic frontman Kurt Cobain.