Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Kickoff 2020 UK Dates w/ 19 Songs

Rock band Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes just kicked off another leg of their “The End of Suffering Tour” last night (February 12) in Manchester, United Kingdom at Manchester Academy 1, University of Manchester. The tour wraps in Saint Newlyn East, United Kingdom on August 9 at Boardmasters Festival. This means you have plenty of time to go grab your tickets and catch one of their rocking shows live!
The band released their End of Suffering album in 2019 and have been on and off tour in support since 2019. They are now taking the show to the United Kingdom and Europe to share the new music, as well as a variety of their other albums including Modern Ruin, Blossom and 23: Live At Brixton Academy London.
Playing a 19-song set, the band opened with “Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider” and worked in some of their most popular songs including “Wild Flowers,” “Lullaby” and “Devil Inside Me.” They also performed plenty of songs off of End of Suffering such as: “Crowbar,” “Kitty Sucker” and “Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider.”
As part of the kickoff, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes treated fans to a few tour debuts! They dusted off songs like “Spray Paint Love,” which had not been performed yet on this tour, and they also performed “Neon Rust” for the first time live since 2017. Later in the set, “End of Suffering” was performed by the full band for the first time ever, and “Bleed” was performed acoustically by Frank and Dean.
Here is a fan-caught video from the tour of Frank Carter standing ON the crowd:
They closed out opening night with “I Hate You” and a tape playing of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.”
Check out last night’s set here:
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes (February 12)
Make sure to check of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes official website for tickets, concert info, and more!
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Upcoming 2020 Tour Dates:
Feb 13- Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Glasgow Barrowlands
Feb 15- London, United Kingdom @ Alexandra Palace
May 27- Helsinki, Finland @ Suvilahti
May 29- Johanneshov, Sweden @ Tele2 Arena
May 31- Alesund, Norway @ Color Line Station
Jun 3- Berlin, Germany @ Parkbuhne Wuhlheide
Jun 12- Castle Donington, United Kingdom @ Download Festival
Jun 13- Kildare, Ireland @ Punchestown Racecourse
Jun 19- Clisson, France @ Hellfest
Jun 20- Landgraaf, Netherlands @ Megaland
Jul 10- Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival
Jul 19- Moscow, Russia @ The Luzhinki Stadium
Aug 9- Saint Newlyn East, United Kingdom @ Boardmasters Festival

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Last updated: 1 Oct 2020, 06:42 Etc/UTC