The band's two home town shows in 2018 raised nearly $11 million for 100 organizations working to reduce homelessness in Seattle and King County.
The new record is the Seattle legends' first since the Grammy award-winning 'Lightning Bolt', which was released in October 2013.
Support at the massive show comes from Pixies and White Reaper, with more acts still to be announced.
Each item in the collection was curated and designed under the creative direction of Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain.
The legendary Seattle quartet's second album, 'Louder Than Love' was their A&M Records debut and their first Billboard 200 hit.
The stand-alone audio of the complete concert is also now available digitally and on vinyl for the first time.
Recorded at Seattle's Pier 48, 'Live And Loud' originally aired on MTV on New Years Eve in 1993.
In an official statement, the band said, "For us this has always been a First Amendment issue."
'Live From The Artists Den' is set for release on 26 July through UMC/Polydor.
Titled 'Sway: Infinite Color And Sound', the exhibition was inspired by Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable revues of the late 1960s.
Before rising to international fame in the late 1960s, the iconic guitarist grew up in Seattle, spending much of his youth in the Central District and attending Garfield High School.
The 64-track limited-edition deluxe box edition of 'Chris Cornell' includes 11 previously unreleased tracks.
“The soul of Seattle is what Chris Cornell knew. He pulled from places within himself that were amazing and poured it into us.”
The band's acclaimed 'Shiny And Oh So Bright' tour has featured elaborate video projections and a number of surprise cover versions.
The grunge pioneers played their home city for the first time in five years earlier this week.