When asked about recording an album together with his Slaughterhouse colleagues, Joell Ortiz said “When you genuinely love what you’re doing, everything is effortless. It was like a long party.” It's clear that the foursome had partying on their minds when they recorded this new cut, recently leaked to the 'net via Joe Budden’s Twitter page; Woodstock is definitely a track made to be blasted at a house party with hordes of drunks in the yard and broken furniture on the inside. Nottz delivers a raucous, energetic beat sure to have partygoers thrashing, and Slaughterhouse, along with Lil' Fame and Billy Danze of M.O.P., match the instrumental's energy level with hard-hitting verses and a shouted hook. This track’s only the beginning—Slaughterhouse will release the first official single (One) off their self-titled debut album this week, and the LP itself is set to drop on 7/1. Get the kegs and bottles ready, because your house party’s turning into a Slaughterhouse party!