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May 1, 2019

There's no point to bat around the bush here. Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes have outdone themselves with End of Suffering. While their sound has mellowed somewhat since their sophomore record, they’ve grown as a unit, creating some of their best work to date. A whistle-stop tour of emotions good and bad, End of Suffering is a gripping record sure to be your summer soundtrack. 

Showcasing Carter’s tender side is album opener, 'Why a Butterfly Can...

August 2, 2017

Part Four... Featuring: Feed The Rhino, Frank Carter and the Rattle Snakes, Bad Sign, Deaf Havana, Decade, Brutus, Dinosaur Pile-up and Black Peaks.

July 25, 2017

You know a music festival has achieved its purpose when the weekend isn’t solely reliant on the music to make it what it is. 2000 Trees Festival, whilst it also has some of the best live music to offer, is a festival that packs so much more! From an incredibly organised two-night silent disco, an actual wedding on the Saturday morning, and an atmosphere and sense of belonging that we can assure you now, comes unmatched by any other festival in th...

June 1, 2017

With summer imminent, it means the 2017 Festival season is fast approaching. It's time to start highlighting clash-finders and get ready to see some of music’s greatest talents at festivals all over the country. It is hard to pick a festival with an atmosphere as  strong as 2000 Trees Festival, which also has some of the best music to be offered in the UK. If you are struggling for artists to see, here are some staff suggestions from Noizze'...

April 4, 2017

Ryan took a trip down to Asylum in Birmingham to watch Frank Carter and The Rattle Snakes cause some chaos. They did not disappoint! With support from Strange Bones and Yonaka, he was in for a solid night!

February 1, 2017

Ryan managed to catch the infamous Frank Carter in a teeny tiny venue and above kinda tells you how it went down.

February 1, 2017

It’s common knowledge that in-store shows have a rowdy reputation, so when the epitomes of insane, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes, announced a short set at the renowned Rough Trade record shop, it would’ve been crazy to consider not buying a ticket.

The night comprised of a short set, alongside a meet and greet, valid only with the boys’ vinyl, Modern Ruin, on pre-order. This meant Rough Trade was filled to the brim with the most loyal of fans,...

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