During the nu metal movement of the early-2000s and late-90s Montreal's Slaves on Dope were one of the first out of the gate. Having being bitten by the bug of thunderous chugs and low slung and detuned guitars early on the band left their digs for the sunny beaches of Los Angeles, CA and were quickly signed up to Sharon Osbourne's Divine records releasing the highly successful 2001 Inches From the Mainline. After a near decade hiatus Slaves on Dope proved they were playing for keeps with 2012's daunting Over the Influence. And now Slaves On Dope returns in 2016 with Horse, their most powerful album to date. Recorded at Uplift Studios in Montreal the album features HR (Bad Brains), DMC (RUN-DMC), and Bill Kelliher (Mastodon) and is dedicated "to all the alcoholics and addicts suffering in the world" as a theme of hope and recovery winds through each song. The cover art is an original painting created especially for the release by Marvel Comics artist Marco Rudy.