Punk rock is alive and burning! It’s a mindset, a core attitude for our fav frontman Frank Carter and his rattlesnakes. The British rockers are back with their fourth album and it’s driving us nuts! We are completely ‘Off With His Head’ while listening to the latest collaborations from the band which will set to appear on the new record. All we can guarantee is that these Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ Sticky riffs will haunt you any time of day and night!
Welcome To ‘My Town!’
“My town, it looks like yours/Run down, worn out, all shut doors/Broken windows, empty halls
Where no one gives a f*ck at all,” screams Frank Carter on the intro of ‘My Town.’ Where were you when the world crashed down and entered the lockdown? How harsh was it not hanging around with our friends and families? Along with IDLES’ frontman Joe Talbot, both singers brought this metaphoric discomfort of loneliness and mental struggles. We were falling apart, like the biggest cities in the world. The ambiance will never be the same and we can’t wait to get back to normal. The heavy and angry rockers put all their hearts in it!
‘Go Get A Tattoo’ Because It’s Art!
Another smash-hit coming on Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ Sticky is the incendiary ‘Go Get A Tattoo’ with rising multi-instrumentalist Lynks. Be a rebel and express yourself and your emotions through art! “Smash your sadness Go get a tattoo/We were born to win not born to lose,” they chant in the addictive chorus. Times were difficult for the singer and tattoo artist Frank Carter and let’s say that after hearing that track we only want some ink deep in our skin. With the high-energy guitar riffs that would please Sam Fender fans, the fast-paced rhythms slide like a snake inside our minds and it’s like a euphoric drug. Let’s get into Twilight Zone with the brilliant psychedelic and twisted visuals.
‘Off With His Head’
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ Sticky chemistry with newcomer Cassyette shows up on the latest single ‘Off With His Head.’ Gritty and devilish, we shouldn’t be afraid to share our thoughts and the duet are clear about that! It’s time to heat the Hot Milk and smash the guitar on stages, jump around and shout like a rebel! With such intensity, we feel the rage inside, thanks to the raw harmonies from both Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and part Bonnie Tyler, part Axl Rose influenced Cassyette. Put your hands in the air and show your air guitar skills! Rock on! It’s time to preorder Sticky. Hurry up, it’s here! Stream ‘Off With His Head’ here, in the meantime, if you need your daily boost!
The punk revival is up and running louder and louder! We got new music that can fill your rebel days here!
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