With the Legendary Shack Shakers, you know what you’re going to get, up to a point: feral, fire-breathing — and occasionally exhibitionistic — showmanship from frontman J.D. Wilkes, plus intentionally jarring, fiercely imaginative takes on Southern history, propelled by blistering rockabilly-punk-blues force. But the band does have a few new tricks up their sleeves. For one thing, Wilkes, veteran bassist Mark Robertson and drummer Brett Whitacre have added The Jesus Lizard’s Duane Denison to the lineup to supply caustic, pummeling guitar. On top of that, the Shack Shakers have spiked their new Robertson-produced album Agridustrial with noises they’ve never messed with before. On Wilkes’ mind in the new batch of songs are the alienating, steamrolling evils of development, and a desire to see the South return to heavy-duty, hands-on industrial work — blacksmithing, say — after a strip-mall apocalypse. To drive the point home, the album’s laced with banging, grinding and clanging, which makes for an even more formidable ruckus.