Longtime rockabilly/Texas country favorite Two Tons of Steel returns to House of Rock on Saturday with Neal Edwards and Reckless Abandon and Hope & Hostility. Doors are at 8 p.m. The San Antonio group has become a longstanding must-see act with its high-octane country/raw punk sound that it perfected over many years performing around Texas, including a longstanding run at Gruene Hall that probably won’t end anytime soon. “Unraveled,” the group’s latest album, came out in July 2013 and was produced by Lloyd Maines.
Ghost Town and Fine Dining and Breathing will have an early, all-ages show Sunday at House of Rock. Doors are at 4 p.m. With huge drums, funky guitar riffs and a futuristic electronic elements, Ghost Town strives to keep true to the underground scene it came up in. In a live setting, the group’s audio/visual performance is ahead of its time as the artwork of Alistar Dippner ups the ante with shocking visuals. Corpus Christi duo Fine Dining and Breathing opens the show along with Ingleside’s Through Disheartened Veins and In Memory Of!
Corpus Christi post-hardcore/metal band At My Signal plays the first of two nights Sunday at House of Rock with Indirections. Doors at 8 p.m. The group’s sound is a concoction of funky breakdowns, running guitar riffs, grooving’ bass slaps and thunderous drumming.
Michigan post-hardcore band Chiodos is back to most of its original lineup and is on the verge of its first new album since 2010. Chiodos appears with Analog Earth, At My Signal and Modern Explorations on Monday at House of Rock. Doors open at 7 p.m. Chiodos formed in Davison, Mich., in 2001 and released “All’s Well That Ends Well” and “Bone Palace Ballet” before splitting with the original lead singer and drummer. By 2012 and one album later, founding members Craig Owens and Derrick Frost were back. “Devil” is set to be released in April.