When? Monday, May 6th (Bank Hols) at 3:30pm
Where? Southsea’s Pie&Vinyl
How? – Simply pre order the new LP on indies only or standard format HERE and come and meet Frank & those Rattlesnakes. They’ll sign it for you, and have a nice little chin wag, sure they won’t mind a picture or two.
Free Entry! Just pre order the new LP for the signing.
More on the incredible new LP here:
As they gear up for the release of their much anticipated new album, “End of Suffering”, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes announce a slew of exciting instore gigs set to take place across the UK next month.
Kicking off at the famed Banquet Records in Kingston, including with what is sure to be a raucous instore to end all instores at Village Underground (Rough Trade), it will serve as another potent reminder of why Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes are one of the most incendiary live acts the UK has right now.
Included in the tour is a special ‘hometown’ show at the Watford Colosseum – taking the band back to their roots for their first ever Hertfordshire headline show. Putting the show on in conjunction with West Herts College and Steph Carter, Frank’s brother and former Gallows band-mate – the show will be preceded by a series of ‘Masterclass’ panels featuring members of the band’s road crew, past collaborators and various other industry professionals who work with the band. The event organisers have partnered with Focusrite and Shure who will be attending the event with promotional stalls. The openers of the show will be a band from West Herts college, selected by the Rattlesnakes. The other acts on the bill are previous UK tour favourites Black Futures and Steph Carter’s new incarnation, Lyoness. More information will be announced closer to the time.
Recorded in just six months, “End Of Suffering” – named after the Buddhist term for enlightenment- is the sound of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes entering an entirely new realm of the senses, a forty minute rock’n’rollercoaster of molten-hot bangers, scorched-soul ballads and grunge lullabies laced through with a lacerating lyrical honesty. Indeed. In an age of say-nothing pop and codified corporate rock, “End Of Suffering” does what all great music should- lift the spirits and stir the soul.