Rock band Eye Empire tore up New York City’s Sullivan Hall earlier this week in support of their debut album and their upcoming two disc digi-pack called ‘Impact’ which is due out June 19 and features 19 studio recordings, three studio acoustic performances and two live tracks.

During the intimate show, Eye Empire performed with vitality as fans were front and center screaming back lyrics to them face to face. There were no barricades, no security and no holds barred.

Frontman Donald Carpenter belted out fan favorites such as ‘I Pray,’ ‘Angels & Demons, ‘Idiot’ and ‘Bull In a China Shop’ among others. Bassist Corey Lowery, guitarist B.C Kochmit and drummer Ryan Bennett also had great stage presence and interacted with their vivacious fans.

It’s surprising that this was Eye Empire’s first show in New York City but fans gave them a warm welcome that was well deserved.

Support also included local bands Ghosts of Eden who got fans dancing up a storm, the very eccentric Medusa Scare, Mother, Scarlet Carson and Atom Strange.

Eye Empire continue their tour of the U.S. throughout July and starting July 27 the band hits the road with Nonpoint and Call Me No One. Check out all of the tour dates and cities here.

Check Out Photos from Eye Empire’s first New York City Show