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Frank Carter To Play Interactive Virtual Show In November

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are heading to London’s O2 Academy Brixton…

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have announced a special livestreamed virtual gig from the O2 Academy Brixton, coming to your home on November 13

If you saw the band’s sold-out 2018 show there – at which they recorded their ferocious 23 Live at Brixton Academy live album – you’ll know what to expect. And as a bonus, as well as seeing the Watford Wolf tearing through the legendary venue, the show – hosted online via MelodyVR – will feature the live debut of tracks from the forthcoming Blossom Deluxe release, out on October 23

Read this: Frank Carter: The 10 songs that changed my life

There are few places like O2 Academy Brixton a venue where you feel the history every time you walk out onto the stage,” says Frank. Our sold out Brixton show a few years back was wild, and we had to create a live album from it. This time around, we’re gonna give even more energy to you at home — and can’t wait to get energy back. See you there.”

Tickets are available from October 14 from livenation.co.uk.

Fancy getting in the mood early? Check out what happened when Frank joined us at The K! Pit last year…

Posted on October 12th 2020, 10:17a.m.
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