Watch: At the Drive-In’s First Concert in 11 Years

The much-anticipated reunion of the post-punk, hard core At the Drive In at the Red 7 in Austin, Texas was a completely sold out event.

It was the band’s first performance in 11 years since their 2001 break-up.

The legendary hard core band from El Paso broke up in 2001 after an exhausting world tour, a car accident and a fight with a raucous crowd.

In 2005, former band members Cedric Bixler Zavala and Rodríguez-López founded the Grammy Award -winning The Mars Volta. Zavala, who said he was in search of a more alternative, progressive style, reportedly said that At the Drive In limited his musical experimentation.

According to the local Austin press, the band played 15 songs from all of their albums except for Acrobatic Tenement.

Check out videos from the performance below.