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article imageSlaughterhouse finishes recording album

By Owen Weldon     May 17, 2012 in Entertainment
Even though Slaughterhouse has finished recording their album, the band says that the album may not drop on the release date.
The band Slaughterhouse has been hard at work recording their debut album, under Shady Records, called Welcome to: Our House, which is supposed to be released on June 12th. However, the group said that Eminem is still working at mixing a few records for the project.
According to HipHopDx, Royce Da 5'9 said that the vocals for the record are all done but a delay in the album's release may occur. Royce said that the album is finished when it comes to vocal recording but Eminem is still doing some mixing. Royce continued and said that there are a few records missing.
According to MTV, Royce said that if the album does not drop in June, then it will most likely debut in July. Royce said that the album is definitely on its way though.
According to AllHipHop, the band announced that they were heading over to Europe for a tour on the 15th of May.
HipHopWorld and Shady Records present the tour, which is a 16-date tour. The tour started in London on May 15 and the band will perform in other cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Switzerland to name a few. The tour will wrap up on June 1.
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