Red Jumpsuit Apparatus hit New York City with their headlining tour that features Burn Halo and Seven Circle Sunrise. All of these acts performed on Tuesday night, Nov. 8, at The Studio at Webster Hall in New York City.

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus got fans bouncing as they performed a wide variety of songs from various albums as well as their new disc titled ‘Am I the Enemy.’ The band played tunes such as ‘Reap,’ ‘In Fate’s Hands’ and ‘Face Down’ among numerous others. Frontman Ronnie Winter didn’t have to do much singing since fans belted out all of their tracks.

Burn Halo had the most energetic set of the night as they surpassed all the rest with their explosive performance. Their vigor was too large for such a small stage in the blistering basement of Webster Hall. The very sticky and sweaty band members played tracks from their new album ‘Up From the Ashes,’ such as the title track, ‘Threw It All Away’ and ‘Tear It Down,’ among others. The crowd praised their set long after they got off stage and they had every reason to.

Seven Circle Sunrise played a strong set with tracks from their debut album ‘Beauty in Being Alone.’ One of the most moving points in their performance was when frontman Veno Xavier sang the track ‘Mother’s Heart.'

New York based band Stateside started off the night with an interesting set which not only included original music but also a unique cover of Taylor Swift’s mainstream hit ‘Love Story’ due to high demand in the crowd.

For a full list of dates for the fall 2011 Red Jumpsuit Apparatus tour dates, click here.

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