ZeroDarkThirty, Red Sun Rising perform at V-Club Tuesday

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ZeroDarkThirty, Red Sun Rising perform at V-Club Tuesday

BRETT JARRETT, GUITARIST OF ZERODARKTHIRTY PERFORMS AT THE V-CLUB TUESDAY.

BRETT JARRETT, GUITARIST OF ZERODARKTHIRTY PERFORMS AT THE V-CLUB TUESDAY.

Ryan Fischer

BRETT JARRETT, GUITARIST OF ZERODARKTHIRTY PERFORMS AT THE V-CLUB TUESDAY.

Ryan Fischer

Ryan Fischer

BRETT JARRETT, GUITARIST OF ZERODARKTHIRTY PERFORMS AT THE V-CLUB TUESDAY.

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Local rock group, ZeroDarkThirty opened the stage for Red Sun Rising Tuesday at the V-Club.

“When we started playing, my statement was that we wanted to be a high-energy rock band,” said vocalist Alex Altizer.

The band’s website at ReverbNation compares its sound and energy to the likes of The Foo Fighters, Breaking Benjamin and Incubus.

“When it comes to genre, I usually say radio rock,” said ZeroDarkThirty guitarist Brett Jarrett.

ZeroDarkThirty performed at the Huntington Regatta Battle of the Bands in July 2015 at Riverfront Park, where they won first place against local performers Of the Dell, Under Social and Split Decision.

“We’re still riding the heels of this ‘reigning Battle of the Band champs’ thing we’ve got going on,” said bassist, Derek Payne.

This victory for the band was won shortly after the release of its debut album, “RIOT WITHIN” in May 2015.

Jarrett said ZeroDarkThirty is in the “early stages” of writing for its second studio album. The group decided to open the set with one of its new tracks.

“Build your loyal base, like if you got people coming out to a Tuesday show then spend time with them,” Payne said on coming up in the local scene.

ZeroDarkThirty will return to the V-Club in April.

Ryan Fischer can be contacted at [email protected].

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