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FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES- Modern Ruin

Frank Carter’s first foray into Rattlesnake country produced some captivating fury. Despite its name, ‘Blossom’ was a bloodthirsty rager, a signal flare, an uncompromising sign that Carter might just have rediscovered the passion for punk rock that his rollercoaster experience with Gallows apparently drained away. It was bloody good to hear him roar once more. ‘Modern Ruin’ is not the […]

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FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES- Blossom

This is great. No, like really great. When Frank Carter left Gallows and pursed less aggressive, more, ahem, palatable sounds, it seemed as if his taste for the power and violence of punk rock had gone too. ‘Blossom’ undeniably proves otherwise. This record finds Carter roaring white-hot rage over barreling metallic riffs (‘Juggernaut’), magnetic, melodic punk (‘Trouble’, ‘Fangs’), and brutal, […]

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