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| 22 November 2018 | Reply


“A record oozing with primal aggression that beats with a tribal heart” –
“A landmark album and a stake driven into the ground” –
“One of the most exciting young metal bands in the world right now” – Revolver Magazine, USA

Troubadour Music, in association with K2 Agency, are proud to present kiwi thrash metal band Alien Weaponry back to Australia after some sell out shows in July.
The trio from Waipu, Northland will bring their unique sound of thrash metal and Te Reo Māori to Download Festival in Sydney & Melbourne, as well as their own headline shows in Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide & Perth.

Since winning Smokefree Rockquest and Smokefree Pacifica Beats in 2016, Alien Weaponry have fast become one of the most talked about emerging metal bands in the world.
They recently won ‘Best Rock Act’ at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards on the back of their debut album Tū, which entered the New Zealand album charts at #1 and received critical acclaim worldwide.

Since July of this year, the three teenagers have been touring the world, playing some of the biggest and most prestigious metal festivals in Europe, Australia and the UK, including ‘Wacken Open Air’ in Germany; a goal they have had since they were kids.

Their single ‘Kai Tangata’ stayed at #1 on New York-based Sirius XM radio’s Devil’s Dozen for three months; and the video has clocked up nearly 2 million views on YouTube.
Before the year is out, the band will embark on a monster 21-date tour throughout North America with industrial metal heavyweights, Ministry.

These shows are set to be a 2019 highlight for metalheads and kiwi music fans alike. Alien Weaponry are reaching new heights with every live show, and fans are urged to secure tickets promptly.
Support acts will be announced shortly.

Wednesday, March 6: The Zoo, Brisbane
Saturday, March 9: Download Festival, Sydney
Monday, March 11: Download Festival, Melbourne
Wednesday, March 13: The Basement, Canberra
Thursday, March 14: Enigma Bar, Adelaide
Saturday, March 16: Amplifier, Perth

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