ALIEN WEAPONRY Releases New Music Video for “Down The Rabbit Hole”

Global Metal Stars ALIEN WEAPONRY Reveal Official Music Video for Tangaroa Album Track “Down The Rabbit Hole” 
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New Album, Tangaroa, Out Now via Napalm Records | Order HERE

On Tour this Winter Supporting Guns N’ Roses
+ Supporting Gojira in 2023!

[Photo Credit: Piotr Kwasnik]

New Zealand global metal frontrunners ALIEN WEAPONRY have been touring around the world nonstop since the 2021 release of their acclaimed sophomore album, Tangaroa, out now via Napalm Records! Spreading vital messages of peace, awareness and warning through the power of their culturally-driven music, Tangaroa proves a massive next step for the band – encompassing all of the elements that make ALIEN WEAPONRY heavy metal’s most authentic rising stars.

Following the release of their three previous Tangaroa music videos for “Tangaroa”“Buried Underground”, and “Hatupatu”, today, in anticipation of their winter and early 2023 performance plans supporting both Guns N’ Roses and GojiraALIEN WEAPONRY have dropped an official video for none other than their album closer track “Down The Rabbit Hole”. The track extends an important proclamation against bullying through the eyes and experiences of frontman Lewis de Jong.

Lewis de Jong says about “Down The Rabbit Hole”:
“This was an absolute blast to film! ‘Down The Rabbit Hole’ represents the growth I’ve experienced throughout my life and putting to bed demons from the past. The video captures the meaning well – the broken objects representing said demons. It’s the rough times in life that make you who you are, as long as you rise above it.”

As mentioned above, ALIEN WEAPONRY is thrilled to be hitting the road this winter and next spring with some of rock and metal’s biggest icons. In December, the band will support Guns N’ Roses on two shows in their home country of New Zealand, and will pick back up to join Gojira on a tour of the UK and Europe in February 2023. See below for all tour dates, and for individual show information, visit

ALIEN WEAPONRY Upcoming Tour Dates:
w/ Guns N’ Roses in 2022
Thurs, Dec 8 – NZ, Wellington @ Sky Stadium
Sat, Dec 10 – NZ, Auckland @ Eden Park

w/ Gojira in 2023
Sat, Feb 11 – IRE, Dublin @ National Stadium – SOLD OUT
Sun, Feb 12 – N. IRE, Belfast @ Ulster Hall
Tue, Feb 14 – ENG, Newcastle @ City Hall
Wed, Feb 15 – SCO, Glasgow @ O2 Academy
Fri, Feb 17 – WAL, Cardiff @ Motorpoint Arena
Sun, Feb 19 – ENG, Manchester @ O2 Victoria Warehouse
Tue, Feb 21 – ENG, Nottingham @ Motorpoint Arena
Wed, Feb 22 – ENG, London @ Alexandra Palace
Fri, Feb 24 – FRA, Bordeaux @ Arkea Arena
Sat, Feb 25 – FRA, Paris @ Accor Arena
Sun, Feb 26 – LUX, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
Tue, Feb 28 – FRA, Lyon @ Halle Tony Garnier
Thurs, Mar 2 – GER, Munich @ Zenith
Fri, Mar 3 – POL, Gliwice @ Arena Gliwice
Sun, Mar 5 – GER, Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof

Order Tangaroa NOW

[Album Art: Barny Bewick @ Indium Design – from original concept drawings by Lewis de Jong]

ALIEN WEAPONRY‘s latest album, Tangaroa, coalesces the band’s growing maturation with an undisturbed songwriting process, resulting in their most inspired, honest and informed material yet. Tangaroa is immersed in important historical accounts and cultural heritage of the Māori people – in addition to lyrics written in te reo Māori, many tracks feature traditional instruments, called taonga puoro, providing the tracks their own warrior-like attitude.

Since releasing their acclaimed debut Tū (2018), ALIEN WEAPONRY‘s kinetic presence and sound – combining elements of thrash and groove metal with lyrics in the native indigenous language, te reo Māori — has attracted throngs of fans and media supporters across the globe. In addition to amassing millions of cross-platform streams and YouTube views, the band has seen bounds of success at SiriusXM Liquid Metal, was recently hailed the “future of metal” by Metal Hammer, and was voted by Revolver Magazine fans as “one of the bands most likely to break out in 2021”. Furthermore, in the last year, ALIEN WEAPONRY‘s touring resume has expanded by supporting the likes of GojiraBullet For My Valentine and more, as well as appearing on festivals such as Hellfest, VOA and Resurrection – a list that already included support of some of the biggest names in metal like Slayer and Black Label Society.

Tangaroa is available in North America in the following formats:
-4 page CD Digipack
-4 page CD Digipack + Patch
-2LP Gatefold Black
-2LP Gatefold Turquoise
-2LP Gatefold Marble Light Blue/Cream (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 500)
-2LP Gatefold Marble Orange/Transparent Black (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 500)
-Wooden Box Edition: CD Digipack, pendant, patch, cover flag, canvas tote bag (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 500)
-Die-Hard Edition: 2LP Gatefold Marble Crystal Clear/Curacao, hand numbered with guitar pic set and back patch (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 400)
-Digital Album

Henry Te Reiwhati de Jong – Drums, Backing vocals
Lewis Raharuhi de Jong – Guitars, Lead vocals
Tūranga Porowini Morgan-Edmonds – Backing vocals & guitar on “Unforgiving”