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In a recent interview with Pitchfork, grunge icon Courtney Love explained her relationship with the "reunited" Nirvana, outlining the moment she made up with drummer Dave Grohl at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction last month.

"On my way to the bathroom, I saw Grohl, and Grohl saw me, and he came up to me first – which really pissed me off, because I was going to go up to him first," she stated. "I wanted to beat him to the punch. I was like, 'All right, no matter what happens, we're not going to be b*****s.' That was my attitude going in, and obviously his. Not much else needs to be said. We just both knew it was time to let it go, and we were ready to do it.

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 10: Courtney Love and Dave Grohl speak onstage at the 29th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction C
Love and Grohl at 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony (Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

"It's been 20 years – we didn't even talk at the funeral. None of us," Love continued. "And so, 20 years of me getting Yoko-bashed, and Dave bashing, and me bashing and making it worse, all that shit. The legal stuff, the trial. We just buried it. It was really deep. It brings tears to my eyes to even talk about it. There were certain lawyers who called me tearfully and said it was the most moving moment of the night. There were some hecklers who booed me, which was weird and off and scary. I ignored it. I just looked at who was onstage and was like, 'Ah, f**k it.'"


Along with making up with her husband's former band members, she's also released new music. Last last month, she dropped "You Know My Name," a brash tune that recalls the glory dales of Hole. Stream it below.