The group saw its beginnings In 2008, when Joe Budden reached out to Royce, Crooked, Joell and Nino Bless to feature on a track called “Slaughterhouse” which appeared on his 2008 album Halfway House. After it became clear the group had chemistry, they decided to continue working together, eventually forming the Slaughterhouse group.
Their self-titled debut album was released on August 11, 2009.
On August 28, 2012, Slaughterhouse released their second studio album Welcome to: Our House, the only to be released under major label.
Unfortunately, despite teasing it for years, the mystery third studio album Glass House has never been released by Shady Records and amongst plenty of disagreement, Slaughterhouse officially broke up in April 2018, as announced by Royce in this tweet: