Reverend Horton Heat

Thursday: With a new label and a familiar old sound, Dallas’ beloved psychobilly trio is due a comeback-like buzz in 2014 with its first new album in four years. Landing Jan. 21, “Rev” harks back to the high-revving, raw power of the band’s early albums, with echoes of Bill Haley, Gene Vincent and the Cramps. Road hounds Jim “The Rev.” Heath, longtime bassist Jimbo Wallace and drummer Scott Churilla feel strongly enough about the record to play Minnesota in January, and they’re bringing a strong support cast: The Nekromantix, Creepshow and guitar ace Deke Dickerson. (8 p.m. Thu. $20. Mill City Nights, 111 N. 5th St., Mpls. 612-333-3422.