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Frank Carter’s (Ex-Gallows) Pure Love Album Name Announced

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 4, 2012

Gallows previous frontman Frank Carter recently jumped ship from the well-known punk outfit to start his own synth-pop project, titled Pure Love.

Carter publicly declared that he would be doing something different, something no one would see coming after he parted ways with Gallows, and Pure Love really is just that. Their debut album, which has been revealed to be called Anthems, is looking at a September release date.

According to Clash Music, the musician kept his cards close to his chest on the finer details of the release, but was happy to announce the name. We do know, however, that Carter enlisted the expertise of Gil Norton (Pixies, Nirvana) to oversee the production, and the LP was recorded in Brooklyn in 2011.

You can check out the first offering from the release Bury My Bones below.

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