2017 release from the frontman for melodic metal band Slaughter. Halfway There is the follow-up to his 2015 release, Reflections In A Rearview Mirror. The album recaptures a bit of the classic-era Slaughter releases. Slaughter says, "My first solo record was kinda getting back on the horse, so to speak. I mean doing everything and recording... I'm taking on a lot more tasks as an engineer/producer/ writer on all this... because I'm doing everything. Ultimately at the end of the day, anybody who is a Slaughter fan, will certainly understand that I am a large part of the Slaughter sound and vibe, so obviously if you like that, it's in there. It's just that I take a lot more liberties on the solo side that I probably wouldn't do when it's a group effort."
2017 release from the frontman for melodic metal band Slaughter. Halfway There is the follow-up to his 2015 release, Reflections In A Rearview Mirror. The album recaptures a bit of the classic-era Slaughter releases. Slaughter says, "My first solo record was kinda getting back on the horse, so to speak. I mean doing everything and recording... I'm taking on a lot more tasks as an engineer/producer/ writer on all this... because I'm doing everything. Ultimately at the end of the day, anybody who is a Slaughter fan, will certainly understand that I am a large part of the Slaughter sound and vibe, so obviously if you like that, it's in there. It's just that I take a lot more liberties on the solo side that I probably wouldn't do when it's a group effort."
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Halfway There
Artist: Mark Slaughter
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2017 release from the frontman for melodic metal band Slaughter. Halfway There is the follow-up to his 2015 release, Reflections In A Rearview Mirror. The album recaptures a bit of the classic-era Slaughter releases. Slaughter says, "My first solo record was kinda getting back on the horse, so to speak. I mean doing everything and recording... I'm taking on a lot more tasks as an engineer/producer/ writer on all this... because I'm doing everything. Ultimately at the end of the day, anybody who is a Slaughter fan, will certainly understand that I am a large part of the Slaughter sound and vibe, so obviously if you like that, it's in there. It's just that I take a lot more liberties on the solo side that I probably wouldn't do when it's a group effort."