Forged in the North Hills of Pittsburgh in 1992 by Matt Jencik, Mat Daly and Dave "thrash" Brunger. Dan Wilson joined on second guitar in 1993 and Noah Leger (Speaking Canaries, Northern Bushmen) replaced Brunger on drums soon after.

Hurl was a part of a thriving Pittsburgh music scene in the 1990's. Hurl released three 7" singles and three albums between 1992-1998 and appeared on a few compilations as well.


3G-15 Hurl - A Place Called Today album art Hurl A Place Called Today (Album) Third Gear Records 3G-15 US 1996 Sell This Version
none Hurl - Not A Memory album art Hurl Not A Memory (Album) My Pal God Records, Peas Kor none US 1997 Sell This Version
mpg 019 Hurl - We Are Quiet In This Room album art Hurl We Are Quiet In This Room (Album) My Pal God Records mpg 019 US 1998 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Pop Bus 009 Hurl - Turnip album art Hurl Turnip(7") Pop Bus Records Pop Bus 009 US 1992 Sell This Version
HU7 Hurl - Positronic Ray / Radishes album art Hurl Positronic Ray / Radishes(7") DeSoto Records HU7 US 1993 Sell This Version
PK017 Hurl - Bessemer Process EP album art Hurl Bessemer Process EP(2x7", EP) Peas Kor PK017 US 1995 Sell This Version
MPG008 Hurl - Madison Earful b/w Dual Showman album art Hurl Madison Earful b/w Dual Showman(7", Single) My Pal God Records MPG008 US Unknown Sell This Version