Rock & roll might be dead, but you wouldn’t know it from tonight’s bill, which is fully loaded with three hard-rocking combos. Each of these bands draws from rock’s past, but none of them is truly retro as they find new excitement in that seemingly outdated genre. San Francisco’s Black Rebel Motorcycle Club can lay down thunderously rumbling waves of glam-rock riffs, but they also light up such tracks as “Teenage Disease” and “Warning Sign” with hints of psychedelia and grunge. Canadians Death From Above 1979 infuse their tangled riffage with rampant punk-rock energy to stir up a sound that’s surprisingly full for a bass-drums duo. L.A.’s Deap Vally are also a duo, combining Lindsey Troy’s baleful lyrics (“I am not ashamed of my rage”) with towering chords.