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Vinyl LP pressing. They believe in their identity as a metal band, their use of Te Reo is impressive, there's really nothing else like this in the world at the moment" (Jeff Newton, NZ On Air). The trio shocks and surprises audiences on a number of levels: Alien Weaponry's songwriting is complex, developed and highly political. Their live performance energy is startling, with just two fifteen-year olds commanding the front of stage as effectively as four- and five-piece bands three times their age. But perhaps most surprising of all, many of their songs are in New Zealand's native language, Te Reo Maori.
Vinyl LP pressing. They believe in their identity as a metal band, their use of Te Reo is impressive, there's really nothing else like this in the world at the moment" (Jeff Newton, NZ On Air). The trio shocks and surprises audiences on a number of levels: Alien Weaponry's songwriting is complex, developed and highly political. Their live performance energy is startling, with just two fifteen-year olds commanding the front of stage as effectively as four- and five-piece bands three times their age. But perhaps most surprising of all, many of their songs are in New Zealand's native language, Te Reo Maori.
840588116676

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NPLM
Rel. Date: 06/01/2018
UPC: 840588116676

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Artist: Alien Weaponry
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. They believe in their identity as a metal band, their use of Te Reo is impressive, there's really nothing else like this in the world at the moment" (Jeff Newton, NZ On Air). The trio shocks and surprises audiences on a number of levels: Alien Weaponry's songwriting is complex, developed and highly political. Their live performance energy is startling, with just two fifteen-year olds commanding the front of stage as effectively as four- and five-piece bands three times their age. But perhaps most surprising of all, many of their songs are in New Zealand's native language, Te Reo Maori.
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