Review: Electric Frankenstein / El Nada

Electric Frankenstein / El Nada
“Electric Frankenstein Meets El Nada”
(Finger Records)

Electric Frankenstein get together with El Nada and each contribute four tracks to this split CD. The music is fast and proud, it wants to be played from a mighty car and mighty loud, at that. This high-octane, revved up rock exemplifies the big car-loving drag rock that spring up like 454-roar from under the hood of indie rock in the late ’90s. Both bands do this style very well that has appeal for punk, hardcore and metal fans in the dual exhaust of accelerated rock speed trials captured here.