|Hurt Detail New Album|
2011-08-30 by Super Grover CONTRIBUTOR | 28 Replies | 2520 Views
Hurt announced that they have completed recording the follow-up to 2009's Goodbye to the Machine, which will be released in early 2012 via Carved Records.
The news comes after a year-long label dispute which saw the departure of two members, guitarist Paul Spatola and drummer Louie Sciancalepore, due to "irreconcilable differences with management." The new album, the band's sixth, will feature Michael Roberts and Victor Ribas in their respective positions.
This band rules so hard. Can't wait for this.
Digging: Burial - Rival Dealer
Awesome, last album had some great tracks!
Digging: Marilyn Manson - Born Villain
Well, they didn't really 'detail' the new album. Just threw out an approximate release date.
super excited for this. sad to see that spatola is gone, but i'm sure loren will have another great album for us
Digging: Glass Empire - Cognitive Dissonance
I have a bad feeling about this album.
96% chance it sucks
troll...? This band is awesome.
too far away... : (
all that matters is that J. Loren is still there.
i'm sure it wont be a Vol.3 or anything but GTTM was surprisingly good. i'm staying optimistic
123 Brandon and Rom
it'll probably be pretty bad
troll...? This band is awesome.
you are not very familiar with me
No definitely not. Care to fill me in?
considering he 5'd Vol. II i wouldn't think he's trollin
Meh, this could go either way.
I mean you only wrote the damn article
Love Volumes 1 & 2, never really liked much else. Still, will check this out.
damn praying to cthulhu that this is good
Digging: Ulver - Messe I.X-VI.X
Hopefully the other 4% comes out.
Digging: Down - NOLA
never even heard of these guys.
Digging: Magnolia Electric Co - Trials and Errors
Vol 1 and 2 = Great
GTTM = A steaming pile of shit.
Not expecting much.
You guys who are saying that GTTM was crap clearly are not really fans of Hurt. Yes it was more progressive than Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 but it was still great in its own right. The hidden track Flowers is just one example of a great song off of GTTM. The new album will be good regardless and anyone else who thinks otherwise needs to go back and listen to GTTM a few more times.
Yeah, I guess the 4 tshirts, signed copy of the Reconsumation, multiple pictures with every member of the band, drumsticks, picks, 5 concert ticket stubs and hours upon hours of listening don't make me a real fan...
Face it, GTTM was no where near as good as any of the other albums Hurt put out. It was a major step back in every facet. And the hidden song sucks. There's more to being a fan than blindly declaring every album the greatest thing ever.
GTTM was a step down duh but it was still good. numbers, on the other hand, was worst thing these guys have ever done so yeah, very little hope for this one
I don't feel like you can declare the outlook of an album based off an interim single. I can't say I'm entirely certain you're wrong though.
yeah but just the trend from volumes to gttm to numbers/songs they've played live and the image shift that has gone along with it just has me thinking bad things
like just look at the front page, that's really not essence of volume-era hurt: http://hurtband.com/
obviously i'm being a bit silly here judging on appearances and such but the combination of the two is not encouraging
I agree with Romulus