Known for their “party” live shows, SHR has become an underground dub-rock favorite over the years, even as the band has been on hiatus due to, jail, rehab, and college, but mostly drugs. During this time the band has played few live shows but continued to create new music.
The band is currently working on new music to set free into the wild, but before releasing any new music the guys wanted to take care of the old music first. That means releases of both new music and classic SHR coming soon.
First off, the guys wanted to release the remaster (or more appropriately, the original master) of their EP Let’s Just Be Friends because obviously the digital only version's sound was trash. "Fuck that sound bruh, the highs were too high and I don't say 'too high' much, and those lows were way too low," said SHR's bassist Hd. "We are bringing the original Illnaughty sound to the people, like it was supposed to be heard. We found the original masters by the Maestro DJ Illnaughty and want people to be able to bump that version of the records. Revisiting these old projects has been fun. We are working with the Lowkey Records Family on the new releases and so it feels like a bunch of homies working on this old shit before we hit that new." The "2021 Remaster" of Let's Just Be Friends is available on all digital platforms like Spotify and iTunes.
Second, in November the band will officially release their demo album Gloryhole recorded in 2007. That's right, new old SlaughterHouse Rootz for all your digitalita including unreleased songs and early versions of your favorites. You can listen to an exclusive preview for a limited time before its release on November 1st.
The band continues to write and record music and are currently working on several SHR projects and solo side projects.
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