Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter and his raucous solo band the Rattlesnakes have announced the impending release of their highly anticipated third album, End of Suffering, due May 3rd via International Death Cult (you can pre-order it here), and offered up the first taste of the record in the form of lead single "Crowbar." The big, hooky song comes accompanied by a explosive video directed by frequent collaborator Ross Cairns (Queens of the Stone Age). Check it out all the riot-starting action above. End of Suffering is named after the Buddhist term for enlightenment and was produced by Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Jack Savoretti), mixed by Alan Moulder (Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age) and features Rage Against the Machine/Prophets of Rage figurehead Tom Morello, who lends some guest guitar work to a track.
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