Some proclaim "rock is dead." Others counter that the rock, especially of the hard kind, is smoldering underground, where it's under constant reinvention you just gotta know where to dig. My suggestion? Exhume Annie's Grave, 'cause it's a keeper. Preserving hard rock's pledge to everything "evil," the NY/NJ five-piece shout about drugs, hate and death with punk's energy and metal's malice. Jaded guitar solos scream alongside snarling vocals
throughout, while powerful hooks and catchy-yet-gritty melodies take
you back to live shows so compelling they make "I'm so into this"
head-banging inevitable. And with their homage to early punk a
version of the Dead Boys' "Third Generation Nation" Electric
Frankenstein prove that not only is great rock not forgotten, it's
also not dead.