With more than 40 years of music and 12 studio albums under their belt, Quiet Riot are still bringing the noise. New York City recently welcomed the band at an intimate show in Queens at Blackthorn 51.

They kicked off their set with “Run for Cover,” “Slick Black Cadillac” and a cover of Slade’s “Mama Weer All Crazee Now.” Longtime rhythm section Frankie Banali (drums) and Chuck Wright (bass) showed spunk onstage as they tore through favorites like “Party All Night,” “Let’s Get Crazy” and “The Wild and the Young,” as singer Jizzy Pearl belted out the songs and guitarist Alex Grossi laid down solid riffs throughout.

The night ended with the band's most famous song, and another Slade cover, “Cum on Feel the Noize,” before coming to a close with the anthem “Bang Your Head (Metal Health).”

Check out our exclusive gallery of photos from the show at the top of this post.

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