Hurt is a rock band formed in 2000 in Virginia, now located in Los Angeles, California. The group consists of lead singer J. Loren, guitarist Michael Roberts, bassist Rek Mohr, and drummer Victor Ribas.
The band first released the independent albums “Hurt” in 2000 and “The Consumation” in 2003. Many of the songs from these albums found their way onto their first two major label releases, and “The Consumation” was re-mastered as “The Re-Consumation” in 2008.
The band received critical success with their major label debut album, “Vol. 1,” released on Capitol Records in 2006. Their singles “Rapture” and “Falls Apart” gained minor radio airplay on rock radio stations throughout United States. Their second album was the critically acclaimed “Vol. II,” released via Capitol in 2007, and they gained their largest radio rock hit yet with the single “Ten Ton Brick.”
Hurt released their fifth studio album and first for Amusement Records in 2009, titled “Goodbye to the Machine.” They are currently signed to Carved Records, which issued their album, “The Crux,” in 2012.