Markey's movie offers an unfettered look at Nirvana and Sonic Youth as they toured the European festival circuit in the summer of '91, and he captures plenty of backstage high-jinx (like Nirvana's Kurt Cobain destroying a dressing room with an exploding bottle of champagne) and live performances with gritty, lo-fi cameras.
The DVD release is packed with 42-minutes of never-before-seen footage: live performances by Nirvana of "In Bloom" and Sonic Youth of "White Kross" and "Orange Rolls/Angel's Spit." There's also audio commentary by Thurston Moore and Markey, rough edits of performance material, and video from a 2003 panel about the film (featuring Moore, Markey, Ranaldo, and Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis discussing the movie's legacy).
Head over to the movie's site to check out previews of previously unseen material, including footage of Cobain performing in the pit, and a backstage interview with Moore and Kim Gordon. Plus, watch the movie in its entirety below (it's set to be taken down from Google on April 29).