Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes release live album '23 - Live At Brixton Academy'

After embarking on their biggest UK tour to date at the end of last year, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have now immortalised that moment with the release of a new live album.

The new full-length '23 - Live At Brixton Academy' features twelve live versions of their greatest material over their career thus far, and has been made available to be downloaded digitally from today.

The band have also unveiled a live video for the single 'I Hate You', which you can check out in the player with the album's full tracklist below.

'23 - Live At Brixton Academy' Tracklist:
01 Juggernaut (Live)
02 Vampires (Live)
03 Wild Flowers (Live)
04 Acid Veins (Live)
05 God Is My Friend (Live)
06 Loss (Live)
07 Paradise (Live)
08 Beautiful Death (Live)
09 Devil Inside Me (Live)
10 Snake Eyes (Live)
11 Fangs (Live)
12 I Hate You (Live)

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