Serosia had all the eyes on them at The Black Sheep, on Sept. 24. They were the main support, American Fangs was the opening act and Sevendust was the headliner.
Derek Troxell is the guitarist, Lucas D’Agata is the vocalist, Joseph Kuban is the bassist and Anthony D’Agata is the drummer of Serosia. Troxell and Kuban are also the backup vocalists.
An instrumental “Intro” was heard, as the stage lights faded to black. Equally spaced red circular lighting illuminated above the stage, as Serosia made their way to the stage. It quickly transitioned into “Silent Weapons”, as Lucas D’Agata requested everyone to raise their hands in the air. Later on, Troxell soon accompanied him with backup vocals. During the recital, he asked for the spectators to make some noise and they cheered with their response.
Prior to “Friendly Fire”, Lucas D’Agata thanked the audience for their participation. Troxell did not let the venue go silent, as he continued to let his guitar screech through the amplifiers. Lucas D’Agata went onto introduce Serosia as a band and told them they were from Dallas.
During Kuban’s heavy bass line groove of “Reduced to Memory”, a circle pit quickly formed. It maintained its shape, as Lucas D’Agata continued to provide the lyrics. As the vocals faded away—Kuban and Anthony D’Agata accompanied each other with an instrumental, with their respective instruments.
Before Serosia began “White Lie”, Lucas D’Agata asked if the crowd loved what they heard so far and the crowd roared back with approval. He complimented the positive attitude towards they had for the band. It gave Anthony D’Agata a chance to drink some water and recover from the perspiration he had acquired. During the song—Lucas D’Agata gave a shout out to Colo. and he has walked to the further most part of the stage, an onlooker’s hand raised up, he grasped it and he continued to sing the song.
Lucas D’Agata noticed how hot and sweaty the spectators were, prior to ending Serosia’s concert with “Superposition”. He requested everyone to open their mouths, twisted the cap from bottled water, swiped it horizontally and replenished their thirst. After he introduced the song, he informed the audience they would be back in a month or two. He encouraged everyone to join them at their merchandise table, after the conclusion of their show.
“Architect” and “Ventriloquist” were also a part of Serosia’s set.