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Here’s The Setlist From The First Night Of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ UK Tour

Check out the 19-song setlist from Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes at their biggest-ever Manchester show

Last night at the Academy in Manchester, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes kicked off the UK leg of their End Of Suffering tour – which climaxes this Saturday (February 15) at London’s Alexandra Palace.

With no need for an encore, the fiery punks bulldozed through a 19-song set that spanned all three albums – with most attention paid to their latest offering, the 4K-rated End Of Suffering.

Throughout the night, Frank and co. treated the packed Manchester crowd to chaotic Juggernaut and Crowbar, while also making time to pull it back with an acoustic renditions of Bleed. They also performed Spray Paint Love and Neon Rust for the first time on this tour, having already taken it around Australia last month.

Check out the full Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ setlist below

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ setlist

Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider
Tyrant Lizard King
Wild Flowers
Love Games
Spray Paint Love
Acid Veins
Neon Rust
Angel Wings
Kitty Sucker
End Of Suffering
Devil Inside Me
I Hate You

While Frank and The Rattlesnakes are busy playing some of the biggest headline shows of their career, let’s relive the time they played to 50 of their biggest fans in The K! Pit. Absolute scenes.

Posted on February 13th 2020, 11:37am
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