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ZeroShift is a band out of Northern Virginia comprised of four members; J.T Gray on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Chris Baella on lead guitar, Mike Hodges on bass and Zach Bonner on drums and backing vocals. Fusing elements of hard rock, alternative, metal, and Gothenburg style melodies, ZeroShift has created a sound that is familiar yet uniquely their own. While gaining popularity and a regular following, ZeroShift has played at local venues around the D.C Area such as Auld Shebeen, O'Shaughnessy's, Jammin' Java, and the nationally known Jaxx Nightclub. Along they way they've had spots both headlining and opening for touring acts such as Days of the New, Smile Empty Soul, The Exies, and TRAPT.

The stage presence that ZeroShift presents consistently at every show is one of the many assets of the band. As a vocalist, J.T Gray has a way of reaching out to the audience at every show and making each person in attendance feel as though it personalized just for them. Their lyrics are full of hidden meanings and subtle references that allow the audience to apply them directly to their own lives, engaging them in a way that only a truly talented band can. [+]
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