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After the release of their UK top 5 charting album, “End of Suffering” in May, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have catapulted into global acclaim. This year alone they have toured the UK, America, Europe and Australia (supporting Bring Me The Horizon), most recently spending the summer supporting rock behemoths Foo Fighters across key European dates, as well as embarking on a run of festival slots including Primavera Sound, Pukklepop and Lollapalooza.
All this was rounded off with third from headline billing on the Main Stage at Reading and Leeds festival, consolidating The Rattlesnakes position as one of the best and brightest stars in the British rock and roll firmament.
The band will play their biggest UK headline shows to date for 2020 in Manchester, Glasgow and London’s iconic Alexandra Palace on Friday, 19 February. They’ll start the decade off with a career defining moment for both them and their fans.
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 forty minute rock’n’rollercoaster of molten-hot bangers, scorched-soul ballads and grunge lullabies laced through with a lacerating lyrical honesty. It is also a record which is being hailed by some as their finest yet, with the likes of Q, NME, Evening Standard and Kerrang lauding it with critical accolades.
Indeed. In an age of say-nothing pop and codified corporate rock, “End Of Suffering” does what all great music should- lift the spirits and stir the soul.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Making their name with full-bodied, hard-hitting punk rock reinforced with a hard rock undercurrent, Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes were formed in 2015 by Carter, former lead singer with the successful UK punk band Gallows.
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HO99O9 (pronounced horror) is an experimental thrashcore rap, crossover punk band from New Jersey, formed in 2012. The band consists of vocalists theOGM and Eaddy. The two first performed as Ho99o9 in November of 2012 where the energy was intense and infectious resulting in the music rapidly spreading throughout the underground world in the Northeast. Since then they've played with bands including Japanther, Cerebral Ballzy, NinjaSonik and many more. Ho99o9's often politically incorrect and disturbing lyrics which often cover subjects of blasphemy, necrophilia, drug use and truth to the 999 revelation have accrued them a cult of like minded followers.
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Barrowland (1 & 2)
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