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Listen: Frank Carter’s New Band ‘Pure Love’

Written by John Ritchie on July 11, 2011

Last week Frank Carter announced he was quitting Gallows now he has posted music from his new project, Pure Love online.

Carter had stated that the band could not agree on a musical direction for the band’s third album so he started a new band called Pure Love.

Hope Conspiracy front man, Jim Carroll is playing in the band and they will be recording an album later this year before heading out on tour.

To hear the band’s first audio post, head to Therealpurelove.com/noise

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