World Of Hurt
1991 marked the beginning of a partnership that would transcend musical boundaries and ultimately become World of Hurt. Fusing elements of progressive rock, metal and hardcore, while, at the same time stressing musical integrity, World of Hurt has become an undeniable presence in Detroit.
World of Hurt's trademark sound is born out of beautiful, emotionally-charged, vocal melodies coupled with a relentless, yet intelligent guitar duo, stream of consciousness lyrics and the use of diverse time signatures, showcases the band's talent and challenges the listener with music that is anything but typical. Comprised of Scott Hixson on guitar and vocals, Greg Mastin on drums, Jeff Uberti on bass and therecent addition of Gabe Hardy on lead and rhythm guitar, World of Hurt feels right at home in the gray areas of musical classification. Within the past three years, World of Hurt has played everything from small clubs to large concert halls such as St. Andrews Hall and the Majestic Theater. In addition, World of Hurt released a self-funded cassette entitled, 'My Cave-in,' and has recently completed work on a full-length CD. Keeping with the D.I.Y (do-it-yourself) attitude, World of Hurt has also printed their own stickers, decals and t-shirtswhich almost always sell out at shows. World of Hurt has also appeared on the following compilations. 'Life: The Movie,' released by Storm Records, as well as, 'For My Loving Friends,' released by Room 13 Records, and, 'When The Garage Door Opened,' released by Dead City Records. Through hard work and undying dedication, intense live shows and an original mix of musical styles, World of Hurt has gained the respect of both fans and musicians alike. World of Hurt hopes to continue this trend and expose their unique musical outlook to a wider audience.
||Detroit, MI United States
||1991 (28 years 7 months ago)