THEY say third time’s a charm, and after Blossom and Modern Ruin, English punk rock band, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, are set to release their third album and head out on a new tour which includes a date in Bournemouth.

Recorded in just six months during the heatwave that engulfed London last year, End Of Suffering (named after the Buddhist term for enlightenment) is the sound of a band entering an entirely new realm of the senses.

A band spokesman said: “In the lead up to album release, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes will play a selection of intimate shows across the UK and Europe, bringing their trademark intensity and raucous stage presence to tiny venues and giving a first glimpse of End Of Suffering in a live setting.”

You can catch them at The Old Fire Station in Bournemouth on Monday, February 11. To book, call 01202 963039 or visit