With a name like the Pop Killers tour, it doesn’t really get more rock and roll than that right? Industrial rock band Orgy headlined Gramercy Theater in New York City. The band rose to fame in the late ‘90s and their loyal, vibrant fans gathered to celebrate some old favorites for this intimate show.

Despite having some microphone troubles in the beginning of the set, frontman Jay Gordon powered through the set with live wire energy. At age 47, Gordon looks nearly half his age and performs with a young spirit and spunk. Orgy released a new EP titled Talk Sick but fans really amped up as they ended their set with notable favorites, “Revival,” “Stitches” and their New Order cover of “Blue Monday” from their 1998 debut Candyass. Though they have released a few singles in recent years, it looks as though another EP will be en route this year.

Virginia rock act Bobaflex performed beforehand and gave fans a rocking good time. Despite the ups and downs and lineup changes, the band continues to persevere and cranked out some fresh tracks from their new album Anything That Moves. Bobaflex are kicking off the year on a busy note. After the Pop Killers tour ends at the end of January, they’re headed back out on the road with the Veer Union. For a full list of dates, check here.

California band Death Valley High and local female fronted act Syka kicked off the night with lively performances. Check out our photo gallery of Orgy and Bobaflex at Gramercy Theater in New York City at the top of this post.