See: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes reveal new video for Anxiety

With the release of new album ‘End of Suffering’ almost upon us, out on May 3rd via International Death Cult, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have revealed the new video to accompany ‘Anxiety’.
Following on from the launch of their online initiative #abetterplaceforyouandme, set up in conjunction with mental health charity CALM to provide a safe forum for people to discuss ways of living with and overcoming anxiety, the video, presented as a phone screen, features clips shot by fans who submitted their advice and experience via the hashtag.
The track is this grungey ballad that as it unfurls reveals its harder edge side, belied by its Cobain like prequel. As ever with Carter, the words pierce the soul and wrap round your thoughts, but its all hammered home with a tune that gets a hold of you right from the off.
Check it out, here

Off the back of a recent live run which has seen the band tour across the UK,  EU and support Bring Me The Horizon on their Australian tour, the band will embark on a slew of exciting instore gigs set to take place across the UK next month before high profile slots at the likes of The Great Escape,  Primavera,  Lollapalooza and Reading & Leeds.

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