Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have returned with news of their new album, ‘End Of Suffering’.
The band, who released ‘Modern Ruin’ two years ago back in January 2017, will follow it up with their new effort on 3rd May.
The album is twelve tracks in length and The Rattlesnakes working alongside Cam Blackwood and Alan Moulder during last year’s heatwave. There’s also a guest appearance from Tom Morello, on second track ‘Tyrant Lizard King’.
The tracklisting is as follows.
Why a Butterfly Can’t Love a Spider
Tyrant Lizard King feat. Tom Morello
End of Suffering
They’ve also shared its lead single, ‘Crowbar’ and announced a slew of tour dates, including a rather intimate jaunt around the country next month.
Watch the video for ‘Crowbar’ - which was directed by Ross Cairns - below, and check out his upcoming live shows underneath the player.
07 The Bullingdon, Oxford
08 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
09 Dreamland (Ballroom), Margate
11 The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
12 The Fleece, Bristol
13 Sin City, Swansea
15 The Sugarmill, Stoke
16 Empire, Coventry
18 Peddler, Sheffield
19 Arts Club Theatre, Liverpool
21 Think Tank, Newcastle
22 Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
23 Fibbers, York
15 M4M Festival, Zurich - Switzerland
16 Z-Bau, Nuremberg - Germany
18 Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette - Luxembourg
19 La Poudriere, Belfort - France
20 Les Docks, Lausanne - Switzerland
22 La Cooperative de Mai, Clermont Ferrand - FranceS
23 Rockstore, Montpellier – France
25 Santeria Club, Milan - Italy
26 Locomotive Club, Bologna - Italy
28 Culture Factory, Zagreb - Croatia
29 Simm City, Vienna - Austria
30 Akvarium Klub, Budapest - Hungary
01 Hydrozagadka, Warsaw - Poland
03 Lucerna Bar, Prague - Czech Republic
04 Bei Chez Heinz, Hannover - Germany
05 Matrix Club, Bochum - Germany
06 Faster & Louder Festival– Eindhoven, Netherlands`
30 Dauwpop Festival, Hellendoorn
01 Primavera Sound, Barcelona
05 Down The Rabbit Hole, Ewijk
20 Deichbrand Festival, Cuxhaven
13 Sziget Festival, Budapest
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