Golden Robot Records is proud to announce a licensing deal with sought-after and much loved UK rock n roll band, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
Having already played on some of the biggest festival line-ups including Leeds Festival, Download Festival, Hellfest and Reading Festival, it is clear Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are here to write their own history, their way.
In 2015 the band released their debut EP Rotten before releasing their first full-length album, Blossom, later that same year. Their second album, Modern Ruin saw the band complete their current line up with Frank Carter on vocals, Dean Richardson on guitar, Tom ‘Tank’ Barclay on bass, Russell Elliot on guitar and Gareth Grover on drums.
2019 brought their third album End of Suffering to life featuring single ‘Crowbar‘ and continued to cement the bands place in the industry before the untimely shutdown of the world. The time in lockdown allowed the band to meticulously work on their fourth album, Sticky, released in 2021 and featuring a guest appearance from Joe Talbot of Idles on lead track ‘My Town.’
2022 will see Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes release two new singles via AWAL in conjunction with Golden Robot Records, before the band continues to work on their new album which will be released via Golden Robot Records, their new home label in US, Canada, Australia and NZ.
Golden Robot Global Entertainment Group CEO & President Mark Alexander-Erber has expressed his excitement at the deal coming to fruition after having the band in his scope for years, commenting “Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have been on our radar for many years and to finally have them as part of our international rock n roll family is a real achievement for Golden Robot Records. We are super excited to be involved with the band and their brilliant management team (ATC Management) in the UK. The next few singles are rippers and the album for 2023 will take the band again to another level globally.”
With global powerhouse company Golden Robot Global Entertainment now backing Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in the US, Canada, Australia and NZ, there is no telling what the band could do next.