Alien Weaponry have debuted the video below for their song “Ihenga“. The song is from the band’s latest album Tangaroa, which tells the story of Ihenga – a famous explorer for the Te Arawa people. The band’s de Jong brothers have ancestral ties to the famed explorer, according to the press release. The band offered
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Alien Weaponry has released a video for their new song “Hatupatu” from their newly released (today) album Tangaroa. The track is performed in the indigenous language of te reo Maori. Henry de Jong, the band’s drummer shared the inspiration behind the track, commenting: “The story of ‘Hatupatu‘ is one Lewis and I grew up with – our
  Alien Weaponry has released a new music video for their song “Buried Underground“. The video features clips submitted by the band’s fans showing off their “stomp” moves, which seemingly is a tribute to the band’s Maori culture. The song will be featured on the bands upcoming album Tangaroa, which is set to release on September
  Alien Weaponry will release their new album Tangaroa September 17th through Napalm Records. The band released a video for the title track along with the announcement, which you can find below. Lewis de Jong, the band’s vocalist/guitarist offered the following comment: “We decided to write this song about how the ocean is being suffocated by humans and
  Gojira has announced a United States headlining run in support of theire recently released album Fortitude. The band will be joined by Knocked Loose and Alien Weaponry. The tour dates are as follows: 10/09 Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival (no Knocked Loose) 10/11 Salt Lake City, UT – The Union 10/13 Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre