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Hurt is an Alternative Rock band, formed in Virginia in 2000.
- J. Loren Wince: Lead singer, guitar, violin (2000-present).
- Rex Mohr: Bassist (2008-present).
- Michael Roberts: Guitar and backing vocals (2009-present.)
- Victor Ribas: Drummer and backing vocals (2010-present.)
- Hurt (self-titled EP; 2000)
- The Consumation (2003; rereleased to a wider audience in 2008 as The Re-Consumation)
- Vol. I (2006)
- Vol. II (2007)
- Goodbye to the Machine (2009)
- The Crux (announced for March 27, 2012)
Hurt provides examples of:
- Break Up Song: Several.
- Chronological Album Title: Vol. I and II.
- Digital Piracy Is Evil: Mentioned in "Flowers," amusingly right alongside a Take That to their old record label.
- Driven to Suicide: The narrator of "Well," although it fails (the gun isn't loaded.)
- Epic Riff: "Wars" in the "a riff that the whole song is based around" definition of the trope.
- Grief Song: "House Carpenter," "That (Such A Thing)"
- Hidden Track: "Flowers" is attached at the end of "That (Such A Thing)" on the album, although it's also available as a bonus download to people who bought the album new.
- Intercourse with You: The first couple verses of "Pandora" are rather explicit, although the sex doesn't make up the whole of the song.
- Metal Scream: Infrequent, but it happens. "Overdose" in particular goes from the most perishing of Perishing Alt Rock Voices into growls and screams at the end.
- Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Ranges from 1 ("Assurance," "Aftermath") up to around a 7 ("Role Martyr X", "Ten Ton Brick")
- Murder Ballad: "Got Jealous," overlapping with Obsession Song.
- Protest Song: "Wars." Who would have guessed from that title, right?
- Religion Rant Song: "Rapture" and "Talking to God," both type 2 (religion as a pernicious influence on someone in the narrator's life.) Both religious folk and atheists are also subject to a bit of a Take That in "Flowers."
- Take That: "Flowers" delivers a string of these.
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