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Watch Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Bring The Party To A Tiny London Dive Bar

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes kick out the jams in The K! Pit, in association with Rizla

For the final edition of the year, we invited Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes into The K! Pit, in association with Rizla. One of the hottest live bands on the planet, it’s non-stop energy and adrenaline from the get-go, with Frank storming into the crowd, onto the bar, and wherever else he can get to for the 37-minute performance.

You can watch Frank and the Rattlesnakes start a riot in Blondies below, belting out everything from Tyrant Lizard King to Devil Inside Me to Fangs. Nobody can afford to stand still.

This K! Pit, in association with Rizla, comes just over a month before the band headline London’s Alexandra Palace for their largest ever show. 50 people in our favourite London dive bar is pretty far removed from the 10,000 baying fans they’ll be faced with in February 2020, but it’s where they thrive.

Check out the full set below.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes setlist

Kitty Sucker
Tyrant Lizard King
Devil Inside Me
I Hate You

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

Posted on December 19th 2019, 7:30p.m.
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