Yep, Sydney’s mighty Neptune Power Federation are playing a FREE Show this Saturday night March 5 as part of the Duke of Enmore’s Mardi Gras celebrations.
From the Duke’s site: “The Neptune Power Federation are a five-piece Sydney band featuring four exceptionally seasoned rockers on the classic two guitars, bass, and drums from bands as diverse as Mortal Sin, Daredevil, Fattura Della Morte, and the rebirthed ’70s legendary Buffalo. TNPF will bring you THEATRICAL METAL which feels like the greatest ’70s glam rock musical ever written, like if Hair was written not by a bunch of hippies but a malevolent space monarchy fuelled to show you good times till the end of time. ”
Join The Neptune Power Federation and witness their mesmerising front-witch Screaming Loz Sutch fulfil her destiny and ascend to Mardi Gras icon status!
The Neptune Power Federation have also followed the Valentine’s Day release of their brilliant new album Le Demon De L’Amour and new single “We Beasts of the Night” – which features Private Function’s Chris Penney – with the announcement of album launches in Sydney and Brisbane and on the Gold Coast.
Sydney’s The Neptune Power Federation celebrated Valentine’s Day with the release of their new album Demon De L’Amour which reintroduces the art of the love song to heavy music. They they prefaced the release of the album with the new single and video “We Beasts of the Night“, which features Private Function singer Chris Penney, and which the band has proclaimed as “the greatest power ballad since ‘Total Eclipse Of The Heart'” and a ” loving tribute to the Jim Steinman penned anthems of yore.”
Led by their mesmerising frontwoman The Imperial Priestess – without doubt the most arresting frontperson in heavy music and possessor of a remarkable voice honed over her many lives and incarnations throughout human history – The Neptune Power Federation are one of the most aurally and visually compelling bands in Australia. Combining all manner of classic ’70s melodic hard rock with punk energy and a psychedelic heavy metal attack, the band’s singular vision and stunning music has won them hordes of fans throughout Europe and beyond.