Planet of Chaos shot into the atmosphere and landed inside Universal Bar and Grill, on Jan. 17. Shorty 440, Che Zifandel and Maxxxwell Carlisle were the opening acts.
Seth Gentry is the vocalist and guitarist, Richard Maya is the bassist, Jason Lamagna is the drummer and Andy Moresi is the keyboardist of Planet of Chaos.
Before “Oh! Terror Rose!”, Gentry introduced Planet of Chaos to those in attendance and those whom continued to walk into the venue. Just as the song was about to come to an end, Lamagna kept the momentum going and continued to strike his drums. The rest of the band later accompanied him, as they went into “Malicious Curvalicious”.
During “Malicious Curvalicious”, a female audience member approached the edge of the stage and danced in front of Gentry. She noticed a cameraman sitting near the stage and posed for him, as Planet of Chaos continued on. As she walked back to her seat, applause was heard. Gentry reintroduced the band and the next song, “Never Enough”.
Moresi displayed his keyboarding abilities, during “Never Enough”. He wrapped his right arm behind his back. He went onto play his keyboard with his right hand between his left hand and body. Afterwards— Gentry removed his guitar, strapped on another and prepared for “Zombie Apocalypse”.
As Planet of Chaos executed “Zombie Apocalypse”, the same female audience member walked to and stood on stage with them. She continued to dance next to Gentry and tried to get a reaction out of him. He paid her no mind and they didn’t miss a beat.
After Planet of Chaos covered Deep Purple’s “Hush”, they performed “She Split But I Found My Guitar”. As Moresi played the keyboard, he placed his right foot on top of Lamagna’s kick drum. Lamagna kept the momentum going by repeatedly striking his cymbal. Maya and Gentry complemented each other, with their respective instruments.
Gentry mentioned Planet of Chaos had compact discs for sale and to check them out on facebook, before “Desert Sea of People”. Maya and Lamagna accompanied each other, during the introduction. Moresi aided Lamagna, as he struck his cymbal with the bottom of his fist. He went onto display the same abilities, as he did during “Never Enough”. Afterwards, he gave a shout out to the venue for providing a place to perform.
“Too Scared To Say” was also part of Planet of Chaos’ set.