Though quiet in 2013, hip-hop quartet Slaughterhouse is back in full force. Now that the group has announced its impending 2014 tour, it’s time to get the Party started. Though their new record’s title would suggest otherwise, I really wouldn’t play this at a Party... unless you want it to turn into a royal rumble. As if the emcees’ potent, raucous and unapologetic rhymes weren’t enough to get your blood boiling, producers Cardiak and Just Blaze back the foursome’s bars with the instrumental equivalent of a right hook from Tyson. Heavy guitar riffs and cutting, ominous strings mix with some subtle, yet jabbing drums to form a frenzied, explosive beat. There is no news on whether this record will officially be part of their upcoming 2014 album, executive produced by Just Blaze, but be sure to Party with Slaughterhouse when they hit your town.
Written by Lucas G. on 12/19/13
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