Albany dudes The Slaughterhouse Chorus have been carting their loud, fast, thoroughly American rock and roll to dive bars and barbecues across the nation since 2009, marinating their punk roots in classic rock, honky-tonk country and southern soul. Over the course of the last decade, the band toured the eastern U.S. twice, racked up consecutive “Best Local Punk Band” designations in both the Albany Metroland Readers’ and Critics’ Polls, and unleashed a full-length album, 12″ EP, a split 7″ record, and a handful of assorted singles on the world. For fans of the Swingin’ Utters, Johnny Cash, Lucero or smoked meats.
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“In the Name of Progress” EP (May 2019, Built4BBQ-015)
“Pedestrians” single (July 2014, Built4BBQ-008)
Built4Broadcast split with Henry’s Rifle (Feb. 2013, Built4BBQ-003)
Split 7″ with Bridge Under Fire (L.R.S. Records, Jan. 2013)
The Slaughterhouse Chorus (LP, April 2012. Built4BBQ-001)
Demo (April 2010)