Hot Ham & Cheese

Hot Ham & Cheese

 Cleveland, Ohio, USA
BandRock

HH&C’s sound has been described as an eclectic mix of rock, punk, funk and metal combined with in-your-face lyrics that cover all things relevant in life. They’ve been compared to the likes of Black Sabbath, Primus, Clutch and the Dead Kennedys to name a few.

Biography

Hot Ham & Cheese formed in February 2005 when Robby Mitchell (Drums) and Charile (Vox/Guitar) jammed together for the first time. Bassist Louie Styx completed the line-up in July 2005. Shortly after signing with Cleveland indie label, Jib Machine Records, HH*C released their first CD (HH*C e.p.) in 2006, followed by a lo-fi instrumental album (beta) in 2007 and their first full-length (Revolution & Revelations) in April 2008. In 2011 HH*C released Wake Part 1, the 1st of two e.p.'s. Wake Part 2 being released in the summer of 2012.

HH&C has built a strong following thanks in part to their energetic, aggressive live performances, which have stretched across the country in cities such as Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, New York City, Chicago, Vegas, Sacramento and Salt Lake City.

HH&C’s sound has been described as an eclectic mix of rock, punk, funk and metal combined with in-your-face lyrics that cover all things relevant in life. They’ve been compared to the likes of Black Sabbath, Primus, The Melvins, Clutch and the Dead Kennedys to name a few.

Discography

Hot Ham & Cheese (2006)
Revolutions & Revelations (2008)
Wake Part1 (2011)