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Slaughterhouse To Perform @ "Rock The Bells 2011" (Pics & Videos)

Quote:In 2009 many fans across the United States were blessed with their first Slaughterhouse live event as the group played a massive roll in the Rock The Bells tour. Now, two years later, the group will be returning to the stage as an attraction in this year's upcoming events.

On August 20th, Rock The Bells 2011 kicks off their nationwide tour in Los Angeles, California. Of course the show would not be complete without inviting back the Slaughterhouse four-headed monster. While only four dates are announced at this time, the show is expected to sweep across the nation as in previous years. We encourage fans to attend these shows as they promise to be historical. If you are interested in learning more, please visit Rock The Bell's official website.

In the upcoming months Slaughterhouse will be recording their sophomore release and debut album on Shady Records. We will be sure to keep fans updated with all information on that project as it becomes available. In the mean time, keep it locked for all your Slaughterhouse related news updates.

Announced Dates

08/20 - Los Angeles, CA
San Manuel Amphitheater

08/27 - San Francisco, CA
Shoreline Amphitheater

09/03 - New York, NY
Governor's Island

09/20 - Boston, MA
Comcast Center

Don't forget, Slaughterhouse hits the Paid Dues stage tonight @ 5:45PM. Don't be late!
Looks like a nice turn out for the San Bernardino show -

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Slaughterhouse pays tribute to Nate Dogg -
move on
sound off
Slaughterhouse shows would not operate fluidly without a Joell Ortiz, the nigga brings pure passion and energy in every show!

"I pour sweat when I preform shows" he wasnt leing
Crooked, droppin some bars we're all familiar with
lmfao at these white ass kids probably hearing all these tracks for the first time haha sick turn out none the less, apparently they were on at the same time as Nas which is sick cause it looked like there was a shitload of fans in attendance who chose slaughter over Nas lol Dope
I wonder why Royce wasn't there? I can't imagine anything with the industry being more important than performing at Rock The Bells. Cool performance though.


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