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Tomorrow: Watch Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Start A Riot In A London Dive Bar

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes unleash the anger at The K! Pit, in association with Rizla

As 2019 slowly draws to a close, we’re bringing you one more K! Pit, in association with Rizla, as a festive treat.

To close the year in style, we’ve invited Kerrang! favourite and magazine cover star Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes to let loose in our favourite London dive bar. And it quickly devolves into chaos.

As anyone who has attended or watched a K! Pit, in association with Rizla, before, you know there isn’t a stage as such, so Frank decides to perform the majority of the 30-minute intimate set from the bar in Blondies.

Thrashing through the likes of Tyrant Lizard King, Lullaby and Crowbar, Frank and the Rattlesnakes whip the capacity crowd into a frenzy, never letting the energy drop for a second.

With the band scheduled to headline London’s Alexandra Palace in February 2020, this might be the last time you ever see Frank Carter in a venue this small. But that’s the way we do things in The K! Pit!

To watch the action for yourself, head to to our Facebook page tomorrow, December 19, at 7:30pm BST (2:30pm EST / 11:30am PST), for an exclusive livestream of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ London K! Pit performance. 

Here’s just a snapshot of what went down. 

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To watch of all of our weekly K! Pit streams, make sure to follow us on Facebook.

Before Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes tomorrow though, why not dig in to some of these punk AF K! Pits: 

Posted on December 18th 2019, 6:00p.m.
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