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. Continue reading

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes Share Video of “I Hate You (Live at Reading and Leeds)”

Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes have shared a new performance video from their bonkers like set at Leeds Festival this past summer. The band played their fan-favorite and frequent show-closer, ‘I Hate You’ to the throng of fans. Following a serious car accident Frank suffered that caused the postponement of some of their US tour dates this month, the band will resume their US tour run in Las Vegas on October 18th. Continue reading

Frank Carter Seriously Injured in a Car Wreck, Tour Dates Postponed For this Week

Rough news to report at this hour as Frank Carter (Gallows) of Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes was involved in a serious, head-on car crash this past weekend. Frank suffered a dislocated kneecap and other injuries, while his passenger was severely injured as well. Both are expected to recover. Unfortunately, due to the severity of the crash, and the injuries, and the short timeframe before international travel, Frank and the band have had to postpone this week’s run North American tour dates that were to have kicked off tonight in New York City at Bowery Ballroom. The affected dates include Baltimore, Philly, Detroit, Chicago and their appearance at Louder Than Life Festival. As of now, the band ought to be able to pick up their dates in October and are working on rescheduling the dates soon. Get well soon Frank! Continue reading

Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes – End of Suffering

Continuing to be a prominent figure for the past decade in British hard rock, Frank Carter has remained one heck of a frontman throughout different projects. Since 2015, he’s put his efforts tantalizing the scene with the Rattlesnakes. Alongside slaying guitarist, Dean Richardson continues to succeed finding their softer side with End of Suffering (International Death Cult).

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Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes Releasing Rotten EP May 4th, Upcoming UK Dates

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Former Gallows and Pure Love frontman Frank Carter’s new band Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes will release his debut EP Rotten on May 4, 2015 in his native UK.

Rotten track listing:
01: Fangs
02: Paradise
03: Primary Explosive

They have announced a string of upcoming shows:

May 15: Sang Bleu – London (UK)
Jun 04: Ivory Blacks – Glasgow (UK)
Jun 05: Brickyard – Carlisle (UK)
Jun 06: Star & Garter – Manchester (UK)
Jun 08: The Fleece – Bristol (UK)
Jun 09: The Horn – St. Albans (UK)
Jun 10: Joiners – Southampton (UK)

Audio: Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes – Fangs

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Former Gallows and Pure Love frontman Frank Carter has launched his latest venture called Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. Stream or get a free download of “Fangs” below.

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Carter appeared on the Rock Show With Daniel P Carter on BBC Radio 1, which can be heard below.

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Haapoja / Dephosphorus – Collaboration LP



Split albums are an excellent tool for bands to come together and unleash an onslaught of material which you may not necessarily have been familiar with beforehand – and with Collaboration LP (Handshake Inc., 7 Degrees Records, and Nerve Altarboth) Haapoja and Dephosphorus have not missed the trick at all. Whether intentional or not, these collaborative records encourage a certain level of competition as well – who goes harder than the other? The competitive edge has allowed both bands to absolutely raise their game – in this case it is Finland vs. Greece.

A really interesting element to this split LP is the fact that on both of the respective opening tracks the bands traded front men – and oddly enough both the opening tracks of each section are the better tracks.

The first portion of the album then comes from the Finnish maniacs in Haapoja, who shoot out of the blocks with a phenomenal level of aggression and calculated speed. Opening track ‘We See With Teeth’ builds and builds with this brilliantly executed Thrash style. In fact the pace never really lets up in their half of the album as they race through four tracks in just over ten minutes. The band mesh different influences together, sounding a bit like early Kvelertak – and as you reach the conclusion of their half you’ll find yourself thinking that Dephosphorus will seriously need to deliver something special after a breathless ten minutes, and to be fair to them they absolutely do.

Dephosphorus explode in to the track ‘Aika’ boasting the same level of aggression but with an added element of groove. Away from the first track, the vocals on their side of the LP sound like desperate cries, similar to the power and aggression delivered by the likes of Frank Carter in the early days of Gallows. The two bands on this record do sound similar, but where Haapoja deliver solely a smash mouth flurry of aggression, Dephosphorus smash that same style together with some slower, heavier moments which accentuates the groove.

One thing is for sure, with both bands you’re left salivating for more. This will almost certainly be an album which will sit under the radar, but give it a go – you will not be disappointed. Both bands deliver their music with such passion you cannot help but be taken in by its infectious nature as the quality of the output encourages repeat listens. Yeah the production is a bit shaky at times, but it gives the whole Collaboration LP that added bit of character, it is a raw and snarling beast.


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