Slaughterhouse Signals That The Third Album Is Closer Than We Think

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The four members of Slaughterhouse tried something new today, digitally-speaking. Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce Da 5’9 all simultaneously reset their Twitter avatars to what is presumed to be the third Slaughterhouse LP. This will be their second album with Shady Records, following their 2009 indie debut with eOne Entertainment.

Previous interviews have confirmed Just Blaze’s involvement and a darker sound, following 2012’s welcome to: our HOUSE.

If it’s for real, the album cover is no-nonsense, and follows the crew’s early logo:


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