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Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes


Frank Carter has dipped his toe in many musical genres, beginning his career in Gallows, moving onto Pure Love and now onto The Rattlesnakes. He’s never been one to shy away from his emotions, spilling stories from his life, his undying love for his daughter and his own mental health. He’s first and foremost an …

Words by Emma Louise and Erin Moore Its that time of year again – where Slam Dunk Festival hits three cities in the UK over the May bank holiday weekend! Saturday saw the first day of the festival, spanning across the centre of Leeds – including the arena, O2 Academy and Millennium Square. Taking on …

Slam Dunk Festival as added the final names to this year’s lineup-this as well as the stage splits across the May bank holiday weekend, so festival goers can start planning out their days! So here are the final bands heading out on the three day run this year; Lower Than Atlantis, Me Vs Hero, Say …

  This specific sold out show has had some hype behind it for a while, much like their album; Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes’ live show is acclaimed by most in the genre as being quite the spectacle. So of course support band Basement have a lot to do to warm the crowd. With their …

Frank Carter is a man made to perform. Having spent over a decade honing his craft, he’s solidified himself as one of the most exciting and mesmerising frontmen in the punk rock scene today. Clad in a pinstripe suit and blanketed in tattoos, his striking appearance is the perfect match for a bold and charismatic …

Modern Ruin is the second album from musical chameleon Frank Carter. The Rattlesnakes, fronted by ex Gallows and Pure Love vocalist Frank Carter, have only been a band two years but have already released an EP and a debut album, as well as performing at the biggest festivals in the UK. Modern Ruin opens with …