The Neptune Power Federation Releases “We Beasts of the Night” Video

Australian psychedelic rock & roll occultists The Neptune Power Federation have released the official video for “We Beasts of the Night,” a track from forthcoming album Le Demon De L’Amour. The band notes that “the song is a loving tribute to the Jim Steinman penned anthems of yore, and features Private Function’s Chris Penney in duet with the Imperial Priestess.”

The video is available at

“While The Neptune Power Federation might have shown their worth as masters of the word of fuzz metal, both new single ‘We Beasts of The Night’ and new album Le Demon De L’Amour show that
there’s nothing they can’t do.”
– Rolling Stone (Australia)

The Neptune Power Federation will release Le Demon De L’Amour February 18 via Cruz Del Sur Music.





The official video for the recently released second single “Emmaline” is available here.

The official video for first single “My Precious One” is available at
this location.

“Combining a variety of 70s melodic hard rock sounds with a punk ethos and energy and psychedelic undertones, The Neptune Power Federation are a force unto themselves.”
– Heavy Mag

“There is much I like about this band and album, including their use of space, the variety, the humour, the quality grooves and their sense of fun. This album absolutely entertains me every time I play it.”
– CGCM Rock Radio

“Le Demon De L’Amour is the title of this heavy rock feast, an album that includes more energy than any energy drink ever could provide.”
– Markus’ Heavy Music Blog

“The Imperial High Priestess and her chief eunuchs are in impressive form in 2022. THE NEPTUNE POWER FEDERATION are once again the rock sensation of the hour.”
– SaitenKult

“You gotta have a lot of chutzpah to open an album sounding like Queen and end it as a timely tribute to Meat Loaf; But that’s Australia’s Neptune Power Federation for you…”
– Sentinel Daily

The Neptune Power Federation brings back the love song and rocks as furiously as ever on their fifth studio album, Le Demon De L’Amour
The Imperial Princess and her crew of Aussie rockers lord over eight love songs that prove few can push the boundaries of rock and metal like The Neptune Power Federation

Heading into the creation of their fifth studio album, Le Demon De L’Amour, Australian psychedelic rock and roll brigade The Neptune Power Federation couldn’t let go of the fact that love songs had been commandeered, in their words, by “soft rockers, bedwetters and the introvert crowd.” Whereas rock had its glory period during the 1970s and 80s, the art of the love song is now lost within heavier music. Few bands are now willing to venture into such territory — metal and rock have settled comfortably into typical, predictable lyrical tropes that fail to pull at the heartstrings the way they used to. On Le Demon De L’AmourThe Neptune Power Federation reclaims the art of the love song as their own. 

Off the heels of their acclaimed 2019 Memoirs of a Rat Queen studio album, the members of The Neptune Power Federation utilized the unexpected downtime afforded from the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic to craft an album that takes more chances than its predecessor. While the band’s trademark rock swagger and prog tendencies still come into play, Le Demon ups the voltage and energy. True, there is a multitude of genre-blurring taking place, but the album’s infectious choruses and leaden riffs easily re-imagine metal and rock’s glory eras without blatant thievery. 

Of course, all roads to The Neptune Power Federation run through lead vocalist Screamin’ Loz Sutch and her stage persona, “The Imperial Priestess.” Le Demon’s eight cuts find the indomitable frontwoman in top form, belting out tales of love from a female’s perspective, weaving in stories of cult worship, murder and hypnotism. The album’s artwork (created by guitarist Inverted CruciFox) also introduces her new nemesis — The Wizzard Princess.  

Recorded at bass player JayTanic Ritual’s The Ped Food Factory in Marrickville, Sydney, with mixing duties provided by Clem Bennett, Le Demon De L’Amour leads The Neptune Power Federation into their tenth anniversary next year. Their journey has taken them from the sweaty clubs of Sydney to a global audience. Now armed with eight love songs sure to melt and captivate the most hardened metal hearts, The Neptune Power Federation boldly goes where few bands dare to go. 

Track Listing:

1. Weeping on the Morn
2. My Precious One
3. Baby You’re Mine
4. Loving You Is Killing Me
5. Stay with Thee
6. Emmaline
7. Madly in Love
8. We Beasts of the Night

Screaming Loz Sutch – Vocals
Search and DesTroy – Guitar
Inverted CruciFox – Guitar
Jaytanic Ritual – Bass 
River Sticks – Drums

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