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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Release New Album, End Of Suffering, on May 3 via International Death Cult 


Left to right: Dean Richardson (Guitar) & Frank Carter (Vocals); Photo credit: Daniel Alexander Harris


Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have announced the release of their third album, End Of Suffering, on May 3 via International Death Cult.

News of the release arrives with the debut of a video for new single “Crowbar” ( as well as the announcement of an intimate UK and European tour (dates below). North American tour dates will be announced soon.

Recorded in just six months over the heatwave that engulfed London last year, End Of Suffering – named after the Buddhist term for enlightenment – is the sound of a band entering an entirely new realm of the senses, a 40-minute rock’n’roller coaster of molten-hot bangers, scorched-soul ballads and grunge lullabies laced through with a lacerating lyrical honesty.

 Opener “Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider” finds Frank at full stretch, singing: “When I’m high I’m in heaven/When I’m low I’m in hell,” while the first single “Crowbar” is tauter than a highwire and relentlessly sharpened to a razor’s edge, a sonic Molotov cocktail of a track delivered with the anarchic zel of the gilets-jaunes rioters. “I saw an amazing bit of graffiti during the Paris riots which said: ‘We’ve cut off heads for less than this,” enthuses Frank. “I loved that attitude. People are sick of being force fed doom and gloom.” It also comes complete with a video directed by longtime collaborator Ross Cairns (Biffy Clyro/Queens Of The Stone Age) and acts as a blistering clarion call to arms.

End Of Suffering tracklist:
1. Why a Butterfly Can’t Love a Spider

2. Tyrant Lizard King feat. Tom Morello

3. Heartbreaker

4. Crowbar5. Love Games

6. Anxiety

7. Angel Wings

8. Supervillain

9. Latex Dreams

10. Kitty Sucker

11. Little Devil

12. End Of Suffering

About Bryan Joe Corder (3075 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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