Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes Stream Black Futures Remix of “Crowbar”

Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes have shared a mega-aggro remix of their hit song ‘Crowbar’ by Idles producers Black Futures. This is the latest in a stream of tight remixes from the band. You can purchase or stream the track now. Over the coming weeks, the band will be dropping a number of further End Of Suffering. The original Crowbar appears on their amazing End of Suffering album, from earlier in 2019.

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Black Futures commented:

“We’re massive fans of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, they’re the best people and phenomenal artists. It was wild to be let loose on such a monolithic song such as ‘Crowbar’. We tried to it send up into the cosmos to blast open our tiny minds with a blinding ray of light. I don’t know if we succeeded but we had good time! Love each other, make weird & live free!”

This follows their brilliant cover version of Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus‘ modern classic ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’, the thumping, dance floor ready re-work of ‘Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider’ by Italian electronic purveyors The Bloody Beetroots and the electrifying remix of ‘Anxiety’ by Youngr.