Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes announce their return this week with their third album End Of Suffering. It is due for release on the 3rd May 2019 on International Death Cult.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes recorded their latest album over six months during last summer’s heat wave. Coupled with that heat of summer and their hot, sweaty punk-roots feel, in short has become synonymous with a Frank Carter album.
Therefore, having industry heavy hitters at the helm such as producer Cam Blackwood (George Ezra / London Grammar) and mixed by Alan Moulder (Nine Inch Nails) was a huge benefit.
The album also see’s Prophets of Rage and Rage Against The Machine legend Tom Morello featuring on the track ‘Tyrant Lizard King’. Last year saw Frank reconnect with Morello by performing ‘Killing In The Name’ onstage along side Prophets of Rage to a 40,000 strong crowd at the Spanish Resurrection Festival.
Talking to Annie about the album Frank said: “Its a phrase I’ve had going round in my head for years and years. Its the Buddist translation for Enlightenment. The first time you hear it its quite a brutal saying, but when you think about it its a transition into something beautiful”
The video for ‘Crowbar’
Carter once again team up with director by Ross Cairns for the video (Pure Love, Jake Bugg).
‘End Of Suffering’ is available for pre order over at the bands website
Additionally, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have also announced that they are to bring an extremely intimate tour across the UK. This will be in the lead up to the release of the album, and will see them play some of the smallest venues you can expect to see the band ever perform at.
7 – The Bullingdon, Oxford
8 – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
9 – Dreamland (Ballroom), Margate
11 – The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
12 – The Fleece, Bristol
13 – Sin City, Swansea
15 – The Sugarmill, Stoke
16 – Empire, Coventry
18 – Peddler, Sheffield
19 – Arts Club Theatre, Liverpool
21 – Think Tank, Newcastle
22 – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
23 – Fibbers, York
By the time End Of Suffering is released you can expect to see the band bringing their show to much larger venues. So, don’t miss out on this tour as it is almost certain to sell out quick.
Tickets go on general sale on 21st January at 10am and End Of Suffering is released May 3rd.