Like all great threats to decency, the church of The Neptune Power Federation was born far from the dull gaze of the masses. Operating out of dive bars and biker clubhouses, playing to troubled souls with dirty hair and crude intentions, their high volume psychedelic gospel spread like a glorious subterranean infection. In the pulpit is Imperial Priestess Screaming Loz Sutch, her tiny frame belying the colossal power of her scorching oratory, spoken in languages assumed through centuries of time travel. Her backing band consists of battle worn soldiers of the Australian underground punk, stoner and metal scenes. Jaytanic Ritual (Aka Jay from Frenzal Rhomb) Inverted CruciFox (aka Fox from Nancy Vandal), Search & DesTroy (aka Troy from Daredevil / Buffalo) and River Sticks (aka Dean from Demolition Highstyle) have long forgotten their former existences and are now forever beholden to the mesmeric lure of the Imperial Priestess.
In 2019 the band completed their first European tour to rave reviews, highlighted by a scene stealing performance at the Hell Over Hammaburg festival. Italian record label Cruz Del Sur signed them immediately and will handle the international release of their 4th album Memoirs Of A Rat Queen due out in September 2019.
"There’s polished hard rock, psychedelic noodling, face-melting solos, stirring spoken word interludes, shimmering choirs and gruff growling – often all within the space of a single song."
- Metal Hammer
"Like Turbonegro after an amyl nitrate rendezvous with Manowar in a men's changeroom. It's stoner with a boner."
"The Neptune Power Federation seem to improve each release when it seems near impossible"
- Overdrive Magazine
"At the center of the action is front woman Loz Sutch, who looks like a mixture of earth witch, gloomy priestess and rock'n'roll bitch (whose) vocals infatuate with hallucinogenic contemplation"
- Rock Hard Magazine
"The pipes on new vocalist, Screaming Loz Sutch: the addition of a female voice - and a stunning one at that - adding a more psychedelic bent to the expected Sabbath, Crowley-obsessed Zeppelin, and basic AC/DC-isms"
- Uber Rock
"70s inspired Black Sabbath riffs and a psychedelic and hypnotic vocal and rhythm section that threatens to transport the listener to another time and place"
- Heavy Magazine
"Trippy, impossibly overdriven"
- Loud Mag
"Like Wolfmother on fast acting hallucinogens"
- 100% Rock Magazine