Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes - End of Suffering

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Artist :   Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Album Name :   End of Suffering
Genre :   Rock
Tracks :   12
Relase Date :   03 May 2019
Country :   USA

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Song Title Artist Time
1. Why a Butterfly Can't Love a Spider Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:39
2. Tyrant Lizard King (feat. Tom Morello) Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 2:40
3. Heartbreaker Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:18
4. Crowbar Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 2:22
5. Love Games Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:34
6. Anxiety Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:38
7. Angel Wings Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 4:12
8. Supervillain Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 4:02
9. Latex Dreams Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:40
10. Kitty Sucker Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:44
11. Little Devil Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 3:14
12. End of Suffering Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes 5:01

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    This band rocks! This is what MUSE should have evolved into!

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are an English punk rock band formed in 2015 by former Gallows and Pure Love frontman Frank Carter. They released one EP in May 2015 called Rotten, and launched their debut album Blossom via Kobalt Label Services in August 2015. They revealed their second studio album, entitled Modern Ruin, on 28 September 2016, which was released in January 2017 via International Death Cult. The album was produced by Thomas Mitchener at the Studio Broadfields in Watford.Musically, Blossom marked Carter's return to his punk rock and hardcore punk roots, whereas Modern Ruin re-incorporated alternative rock sounds that Carter explored with Pure Love, albeit in a much darker demeanour..