Would be interested to know what your phosphates are. Hight phosphates will inhibit calcification.
Looks dead or almost there, not seeing much but skeleton.
Also as stated Brown Jelly disease plagues many LPS
corals, hammer and torched are probably most commonly affected and is usually the result of flesh damage during transport or handling. The disease looks just like it sounds, will look like a brown jelly substance on the coral. Usually its advised to frag off the infected head/heads. Not saying thats what happened but just a possibility thats been brought up.
Whats your lighting? Torches really prefer stong lighting. Also all other water parameters would help determine whats goin on.
29g Mixed Reef, 150w 14k Phoenix MH w/ Moonlights, Reef Octopus BH1000 HOB Skimmer, Ecotech Vortech MP10es, ReefKeeper Lite (Plus), PH Probe, Temp Probe, ATO, Carbon/GFO Reactor.