When the band’s popularity exploded in the autumn of 1991, there was the same feeling as when punk broke in Britain in 1976-77 – of dinosaur rockers becoming instantly outmoded. “A lot of people talking to me about the whole Probot thing are surprised by my love of heavy metal,” former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl admitted to the New Zealand Herald, “because they consider Nirvana to be the band that killed it off. But I think what really happened was that all the bands that didn’t mean anything just disappeared. The bands that played real underground heavy metal never went away.”
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