Joe Budden, who is joined in Slaughterhouse by Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I, recently revealed new information regarding the group’s upcoming album. In a Twitter post made yesterday (January 12), Joe Budden discussed the sound of the upcoming project, which is said to be titled Glass House

“Not to take credit at all, but I feel like the new Slaughterhouse album has a real Budden-esque undertone,” Joe Budden said.

Glass House is set to follow the group’s 2012 album, welcome to: OUR HOUSE, an effort that was released through Shady Records. The album earned a 4.5 out of 5 X rating from HipHopDX at the time of its release

In December, Crooked I spoke with HipHopDX about the sound and title of the upcoming Slaughterhouse project

“We ain’t got no title,” Crooked I said at the time, discussing the Slaughterhouse album. “I hope we have the vote on what the title’s gon’ be. And if I get my way, you could believe it’s gon’ be some aggressive shit that Best Buy don’t even want to fucking put on the shelf. I’m looking to get a letter from iTunes and shit, just saying, ‘Uh, guys, we really love the music, but we can’t use this fucking title.’ I mean I just want the shit to be so blunt and so in your fucking face because I think that’s where we need to continue to trail-blaze. That’s where music needs to go because the music on the album that we’re creating thus far is really dope.

“It’s a lot of edgy shit,” Crooked I added. “It’s a lot of rebellious shit and then there’s a lot of emotional shit that you know, you might have gotten out of the song ‘Goodbye,’ or you might have gotten out of the song ‘Move On.’ You’re getting that times ten on this so I can’t wait. I can’t wait for it to drop man.” 

Joe Budden also posted an update regarding his All Love Lost project yesterday (January 13). According to Budden, this release will be “the exact opposite” of No Love Lost, which he released February 2013No Love Lost earned a 3 out of 5 X rating when reviewed by HipHopDX

Budden’s Twitter posts regarding All Love Lost and Slaughterhouse’s Glass House can be found below.

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