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Nightlife Highlights: Electric Frankenstein 

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July 9. Big news was made recently when the Misfits announced their classic lineup would reunite this fall. But Glenn Danzig and crew aren't New Jersey's only long-running horror-themed punk outfit. Electric Frankenstein have been kicking out the high-octane jams since 1994, their steamrolling, cement-mixer attack crushing up and smashing together giant chunks of the Dead Boys, Ramones, AC/DC, et al. and reassembling them into a solid wall of sheer hard rock—an edifice they'll manifest with earsplitting élan at the Anchor for this much-awaited upstate return. With White Knuckle Rodeo. (Sean K. Preston and the Loaded Pistols take aim July 23.) 9:30pm. $6. Kingston. (845) 853-8124.

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  • Electric Frankenstein and White Knockle Rodeo play the Anchor in Kingston July 9.

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