Kane Hodder (band)

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Kane Hodder
Kane Hodder band.jpg
Kane Hodder in 2009
Background information
Origin Bremerton, Washington, USA
Genres Melodic hardcore
Hardcore punk
Indie rock
Post-hardcore
Labels Fueled by Ramen
Suburban Home
Fabtone (Japan)
Art Box (Japan)
Cowboy Versus Sailor
Music Abuse
Members Andrew Moore
Eric Christianson
Charley Potter
Jerome Sauer
Aaron Yost
Past members Jeremy White
Nick Cates

Kane Hodder, was a hardcore/indie rock band formed in 2002, who also incorporates influences ranging from surf, 1960s soul, funk, and Latin lounge, among others. They have remained in Fueled by Ramen's alumni for a while,[1] despite having left the label in 2006.[2]

Around the same time, original band members Jeremy White and Nick Cates left the band.[3] They were replaced by Jerome Sauer and Aaron Yost, respectively, previously of the Kitsap County-based band Claymore.

The band is named after actor Kane Hodder, best known for portraying Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th series. The band asked permission from Hodder before naming their band such, which he happily granted.

The band broke up in 2009. Their last show was December 19, 2009 in Seattle, Washington.

Discography[edit]

Year Title Label
2008 Through The Bloody Channels, We Raise Our Sails EP Independent
2007 Fly, Comet, Fly Independent
2005 The Pleasure To Remain So Heartless Special Edition With DVD Fueled By Ramen
2004 The Pleasure To Remain So Heartless Suburban Home/Cowboy Versus Sailor
2004 A Frank Exploration of Voyeurism and Violence Suburban Home/Cowboy Versus Sailor

References[edit]

  1. ^ FueledByRamen.com; retrieved on March 11, 2007
  2. ^ band website; retrieved on August 21, 2008
  3. ^ mp3.com profile; retrieved on August 21, 2008

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