Slaughterhouse emerged from the South Bay of Los Angeles in late 2017 and hit the ground running with out-of-state shows and recorded music that would define their deathrock/punk sound. Solidifying their current lineup by early 2019, Slaughterhouse continues to build their name playing around the west coast with tunes from their recently released debut LP, Fun Factory, out as a split release on Todd Congelliere of F.Y.P’s label Recess Records, and Water Under the Bridge Records. With Veronica Molidor on vocals, Taylor Ramirez on guitar, Eddie Cairns on Bass, and Nick Aguilar on Drums, this group’s first LP is a Fun Factory in itself. It starts with the slow-rolling, powerful track “TV Age,” and continues to roll through with punch in the gut tracks like “Time Killer” and “Paranoia,” as well as Siouxsie and The Banshees influenced tracks like “The Rat” and “Micromanage.” Listening to the album is like a fun ride on the Tilt-A-Whirl. Fun Factory has what you are looking for to blast at high volume, or experience live, also at high volume. Playing with bands like Pennywise, the Adolescents, and Dead Kennedy’s, Slaughterhouse also blends well with the likes of popular Los Angeles bands like SadGirl and Together Pangea. So whether you’re a fan of authentic old-school punk rock or fresh sounds from current music, Slaughterhouse has a little bit of everything

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