Ty Segall Band - Slaughterhouse
Critic Score
Based on 18 reviews
2012 Ratings: #67 / 1029
Year End Rank: #45
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Based on 148 ratings
2012 Ratings: #38
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June 26, 2012 / Release Date
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Songs reverberate out of relentless feedback, their forms never hold any oppressive distinction and what is truly liberating is that you get to experience a band that has experimented on record.


It's one thing to be heavy, and it's another thing to be hooky, but Slaughterhouse is the rare garage-rock album to do both so well simultaneously

Beats Per Minute

Ty Segall Band bring a sharpened and astonishing lighting-in-a-jar kind of intensity to the proceedings others are hard pressed to capture.

A.V. Club

The result is a record that’s weaker in terms of pound-for-pound songwriting than Bread, but highly enjoyable in terms of full-blooded rawness.


The conviction with which these tracks are performed, the saturation of undeniable hooks and the irresistibly raucous playing combine to make Slaughterhouse one of the most visceral and downright enjoyable records to surface so far this year.

Consequence of Sound

It’s a loud, abrasive record that, in the end, feels pretty damn inspiring.


The aptly named album is a 40-minute psychedelic ass-kicking to the ears that feels harder, louder and laced with more guitar-screeching grit than anything we’ve heard from Segall before.

The 405

Slaughterhouse, then, is a record that finds Segall at his mercurial best. 

Drowned in Sound

Essentially, it's a tremendous excuse for Segall to make a hell of a lot of noise and, in light of his more stripped back and meditative work of recent times, it's a welcome return to the land of squalor indeed


Slaughterhouse is still a hell of a rock album, one that shows us the speedy evolution of Segall as a songwriter and gives us a convincing document of his touring band’s energy.

Under The Radar

This is a distortion-drenched, hyped-up, and at times downright heavy version of what Segall's been serving up with alarming prolificacy

This is the best Ty segall album by far.After this one he got mad, actually.I used to be a huge fan till “slaughterhouse”.
The best Ty album.
Energetic and fuzzy. This is how the Beatles may have sound in the ears of the well-behaved people in the 60s.
em "Death" uma transição quase que noise somado com sentimento de opera rock presente, vocais ecoados como se fossem cantados num canyon, toda instrumental segue uma linha forte, uma fusão de Stooges com Royal Blood.
"I Bought My Eyes" vocais ecoam como se fosse uma viagem de carro ao deserto da california, há uma harmonia incrível que me lembra vocais dignos de uma música do Blue Oyster Cult com uma instrumental que remete a Queens ... read more
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Track List

  1. Death
  2. I Bought My Eyes 
  3. Slaughterhouse 
  4. The Tongue 
  5. Tell Me What's Inside Your Heart 
  6. Wave Goodbye 
  7. Muscle Man 
  8. That's the Bag I'm In 
  9. Diddy Wah Diddy 
  10. Oh Mary 
  11. Fuzz War
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Added on: April 18, 2012