Sirius XM presented a very intimate evening featuring Bring Me the Horizon at the Studio at Webster Hall in New York City in support of the group's brand new album That’s the Spirit.

Bring Me the Horizon and their fans unleashed their vital spirit from the get-go as the night began with a new track “Happy Song.” While the show was in celebration of the release of That's the Spirit, much of set featured tracks from the band's critically acclaimed 2013 album Sempiternal. Things heated up fast as a sweat-filled block of anthems was unleashed, as “Shadow Moses,” “The House of Wolves” and “Go to Hell for Heaven’s Sake” all sent the crowd into a frenzy.

Despite the size of the small venue, that didn’t stop crowdsurfers or a miniature Wall of Death from taking place. The infectious single “Throne” from the new release also got fans singing and bouncing. Bring Me the Horizon’s crushing performance continued with more Sempiternal favorites like “Can You Feel My Heart” and everyone got their middle fingers up during “Antivist.”

The U.K. rockers ended their performance with new song “True Friends,” older favorite “Blessed with a Curse” and their late 2014 transitional track “Drown.” Although the show was done, the night wasn’t. Diehard fans that didn’t make it into the show were lined up around the block for the band’s album signing. New Yorkers will have another chance to see Bring Me the Horizon as they are set to slay Terminal 5 in October. Go here for a full list of upcoming tour dates.

Check out our photo gallery of the show at the Studio at Webster Hall above!

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