Reluctant Zero – Hurt No More Single Review

Today we are featuring an alternative rock band, RELUCTANT ZERO, from Northern Virginia, the USA. We have reviewed their new single, HURT NO MORE, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Reluctant Zero is a determined alternative/punk rock band I discovered a month ago with their new single, Hurt No More, released on March 19, 2021. The band has started their careers with a long-play album called, Brace in 2018. Since then, Reluctant Zero released one more EP, Listen to Me (2019), and one single, Hurt No More (2021). Now, please give the album a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Hurt No More is a fantastic sounding easy listening song with world-class production. The song, in general, has reminded me of a successful blend of everything we liked from the alternative rock scene, especially from the 90s, which is the definition of the musical character of Reluctant Zero at the same time. When it comes to their musical genre, they have influences from classic rock, hard rock, alternative, and punk rock elements here in this song. We all love and often listen to music like this on radios.

Reluctant Zero is actively making music for more than three years now, and you can immediately sense that they are experienced in what they do. First of all, Hurt No More is a very professionally arranged and recorded song. The band has decided to keep everything as simple as possible, focusing more on the overall feeling of the song, which is understandable. They show potential with their radio-friendly build, catchy melodies, and live performing potential. On the other hand, the band looks fantastic on the video. They reminded me of Guns’n Roses with their image and attitude in general.


Technically, Hurt No More has top-class standards in every way, as I mentioned above. The song musically might not make the necessary impression alone, yet this is one of those examples which is irresistible with its fantastic production. I read that John Brooks has produced the song, and he clearly has done a remarkable job. The outcome is bullet-proof in general as there are many special approaches on instruments, structure, and vocals. 

There’s only one weak point of Reluctant Zero, which is their marketing strategy. I must admit that they are still behind on their curve for such a band with years of experience and such quality in their music.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I enjoyed listening to Reluctant Zero. Hurt No More is actually a single, off from their upcoming album. Metalhead Community wishes Reluctant Zero the best with their upcoming release!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates Reluctant Zero for their new single, HURT NO MORE and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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