New 3cm badge.
Sold during their gig at Deabser, Stockholm, Sweden 2010. Their first gig ever with the original line-up.
Nirvana 2002 was a Swedish death metal band active between 1988 and 1992. The band was originally called Prophet 2002, but decided to change its name to Nirvana. However, it had to add the "2002" after seeing an advertisement for Nirvana's debut single, "Love Buzz/Big Cheese", released in October 1988. Nirvana 2002 was notable for being part of the first-wave of the Swedish death metal movement, and according to Swedish Death Metal author Daniel Ekeroth, "one of the purest examples of that typical fat Swedish death metal, with crushing guitars and straightforward song structures." Throughout its life the band only released demos and rehearsals, the majority of which were recorded at Stockholm's infamous Sunlight Studios.