No one could’ve predicted the career that Frank Carter has carved for himself. From Gallows to Pure Love and now Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes - he’s always been an ambitious musician, but that’s never been clearer on The Rattlesnakes' latest album, End Of Suffering (out now). It’s a rock album that reminds us how much dynamism can be evoked from a band; album opener ‘Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider’ being a prime example of such growth. Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with Carter and guitarist Dean Richardson to discuss how the album came to be and why it’s important to risk alienating others when evolving a sound.

"If you’re grumbling about your album being old news than you’ve already lost the battle."

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