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In Pictures: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ Smallest Show Of The Year

Dive into our gallery of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes live in The K! Pit, in association with Rizla

Less than two months before they headline Alexandra Palace in London, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes played their smallest gig of the year in The K! Pit, in association with Rizla.

We packed 50 superfans into our favourite London dive bar of Blondies to witness the chaos, as Frank burrows himself into the crowd before clambering up the bar and onto the ribcage hanging from the ceiling – yes, The K! Pit has a bloody ribcage now.

You can watch the full 37-minute performance now on YouTube, but we also have an exclusive gallery of the gig, showing just how intense a performer Frank is, and why he can’t be trusted to stay on stage.

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If you’ve missed out on any of our previous K! Pits, you can watch them at the links below: 

Posted on December 19th 2019, 8:00p.m.
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