Dayton, Ohio, post-hardcore rockers Hawthorne Heights revisit their roots with a special presentation of their 2004 debut album “The Silence in Black and White” on Monday at House of Rock, playing it in its entirety along with songs from the group’s 13-year career.
That debut album, with standout track “Ohio is for Lovers,” propelled them onto bigger success they later reached with the release of “If Only You Were Lonely,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard charts in 2006.
Anchored by original members JT Woodruff (lead vocals), Micah Carli (lead guitar) and Matt Ridenour (bass), the band has released five original albums, including last year’s “Zero.” In honor of the 10-year anniversary revisit, Hawthorne Heights released an acoustic version of “The Silence in Black and White” in May.
They’ll be joined by New Empire, Cupid’s Victim and An Everyday Tradition. Doors are at 7 p.m.