The companion piece to Volume I, Volume II commences with the powerful "Summers Lost" and takes you through another compelling body of work that include tracks like "Ten Ton Brick", "Alone With The Sea", "Assurance", and "Thank You For Listening"
HURT's Volume I is the album that some say started it all. Filled with raw emotion and engaging lyrics, this album contains an array of material that works together to define the concept of what an album should be; a singular body of work that is cohesive and flowing. This album contains the singles "Rapture" and "Falls Apart", plus compelling tracks like "Overdose" and "House Carpenter". It also contains the first studio recording of "Danse Russe" which has gone on to become a fan favorite...
HURT's Volume I is the album that some say started it all. Filled with raw emotion and engaging lyrics, this album contains an array of material that works together to define the concept of what an album should be; a singular body of work that is cohesive and flowing. This is the limited edition packaging that Capital made which is meant to replicate a book complete with a red bookmark.
The Crux, recorded largely in St. Louis, finds HURT exploring new ground while still trying to fulfill the undefinable genre they've placed themselves into on the heels of their prior work. Tracks like "So When", "Sally Slips", "Adonai" (complete with Hasidic chants), and "The Seer" make this a compelling album to listen to from top to bottom like most albums in the HURT repertoire.
HURT - 'Self-Entitled' A very limited number of this album was printed one time only. Once the remainder of these are gone, they will not be made available again.
*Physical CD* The two-disc album '*Besides & Footnotes'. Culled from the HURT vault comes the tracks that for various reasons never quite made it onto a prior album. Includes commentary from J. Loren.
Recorded completely analog at Shorefire Studios in Long Branch, NJ in the fall/winter of 2009/2010, this HURT album features the always relevant track "Wars", the poignant ballad "World Ain't Right" featuring Shaun Morgan from Seether and the signature HURT track from this album"Fighting Tao". There is also a hidden gem at the end not listed that has become a fan favorite called "Flowers".
Arco's Angel - 'Life's Love Loss' EP was a physical CD released last year (a side project of Michael Roberts and J. Loren). Preview the album below: